phototimer


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pho·to·tim·er

(fō'tō-tīm'ĕr),
An electronic device in radiography that measures the radiation that has passed through the patient and terminates the x-ray exposure when it is sufficient to form an image.

pho·to·tim·er

(fō'tō-tīm'ĕr)
An electronic device in radiography that measures the radiation that has passed through the patient and terminates the x-ray exposure when it is sufficient to form an image.
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170 lines per inch) antiscatter grids for stationary (non-Bucky) applications such as portable bedside imaging and fixed grid cassette holders, and for readjusting phototimer sensitivity to account for the lower detection efficiency of the conventional PSP imaging plate compared to 400 speed screen-film detectors.