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Evaluation of Radiolucent Considering the Compression Paddle Materials in Mammography
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 Title & Authors
Evaluation of Radiolucent Considering the Compression Paddle Materials in Mammography
Hong, Dong-Hee;
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 Abstract
Mammography improves image quality that is on the increase day by day and get a picture with the pressure it is essential to reduce the dose. However, because due to the thickness of the cuff itself may increase the dose scattering lines is necessary study on the cuff material. Material that is currently being used in clinical Polycarbonate is a plastic and family. If you try to reduce the exposure of patients than itgie need to consider for the better material in this study to compare against a radiolucent line for amorphous plastic material of the plastic. results radiolucent and half layer, transmitting dose Pixel values HIPS, GPPS, ABS, Tritan, PC, PMMA showed high results in the net.
 Keywords
Mammography;Compression Paddle;Breast;Material;
 Language
Korean
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