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What impact does the X-ray grid pattern have on image quality, such as parallel or cross-hatched grids?

The X-ray grid pattern significantly influences image quality by reducing scattered radiation, which enhances contrast and clarity in radiographic images. Parallel and cross-hatched grid patterns serve this purpose in different ways. Parallel grids consist of lead strips running in one direction, effectively removing scatter in that specific direction. Cross-hatched grids, with lead strips intersecting at right angles, further eliminate scatter in both directions.

While both grid patterns improve image contrast, the choice depends on the clinical scenario. Parallel grids are suitable for reducing scatter in a specific direction, while cross-hatched grids provide more comprehensive scatter removal. However, the use of grids requires precise alignment and considerations to prevent grid cutoff (loss of image details). Proper selection and positioning of grids contribute to optimal image quality by effectively managing scattered radiation in X-ray imaging. We are a company specializing in the production of X-ray machines and accessories. If you have any needs for X-ray grid, please feel free to contact us at any time. Whatsapp:+86 18953613955. Email: service@newheek.com

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