In terms of imaging quality, X-ray flat-panel detectors have two performance indicators for evaluating their performance, quantum detection efficiency and spatial resolution. The quantum detection efficiency determines the X-ray flat-panel detector’s ability to distinguish density differences between different tissues, and the spatial resolution determines the X-ray flat-panel detector’s ability to distinguish fine structure gaps in tissues. However, different types of X-ray flat-panel detectors have different influencing factors that affect the quantum detection efficiency and spatial resolution.
The spatial resolution depends on the size of the thin film transistor matrix per unit area in the direct conversion flat panel detector, while the control of scattered light in the indirect X-ray flat panel detector, the size of the thin film transistor matrix in the unit plane affects its spatial resolution Magnitude of the force.
Since different X-ray flat-panel detectors can distinguish different tissue densities or the density of dense tissues in a tissue, in actual clinical operations, using different X-ray flat-panel detectors for different parts is beneficial to the improvement of image quality.
This is basically the sharing of the resolution of the radiographic flat panel imaging. If you want to know more about the flat panel detector, please call for consultation.