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How does a flat panel detector handle scattered radiation during an X-ray procedure?

Flat panel detectors (FPDs) in X-ray systems are designed to address scattered radiation during imaging procedures. Unlike traditional image receptors such as film or image intensifiers, FPDs can offer improved image quality by effectively managing scattered radiation. FPDs often incorporate anti-scatter grids, which are structures with lead strips that are positioned between the patient and the detector. These grids help to absorb and reduce scattered radiation, enhancing image contrast and clarity. Additionally, advanced image processing algorithms are employed to correct for scatter, further optimizing the final image. The use of these technologies in FPDs contributes to the reduction of scattered radiation artifacts, allowing for more accurate diagnostic imaging while minimizing unnecessary radiation exposure to patients and healthcare professionals. Whatsapp:+86 18953613955. Email: service@newheek.com
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