RADIOGRAPHY IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Radiography is the use of X-rays to view the internal structure of an object. In the digital age, radiography has become more efficient and safer. Digital radiography uses digital X-ray sensors instead of traditional photographic film. This allows for faster image acquisition and processing, as well as lower radiation doses for patients. There are many books available on this topic. One such book is “Radiography in the Digital Age” by Quinn B. Carroll2. It covers the foundation physics, technology and practical aspects of radiology, as well as image processing.