X-ray grids are typically designed for use with specific X-ray tube geometries, and using them with different tube configurations, such as angled or focused tubes, may pose challenges. X-ray grids are employed to reduce scattered radiation and improve image contrast in radiography. Grids consist of lead strips separated by radiolucent material and are positioned between the patient and the image receptor.
If the X-ray tube geometry deviates significantly from the design parameters for which the grid was manufactured, issues like grid cutoff (loss of primary radiation) and degraded image quality can arise. Focused tubes, which concentrate the X-ray beam in a specific direction, may require grids with specialized designs to accommodate the beam characteristics properly. It is crucial to match the X-ray grid with the specific tube geometry intended by the manufacturer to ensure optimal performance and diagnostic image quality. Whatsapp:+86 18953613955. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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