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|Title:||Radiation dosage of a dental imaging system.||Authors:||Soh, G.
|Issue Date:||Mar-1993||Citation:||Soh, G.,Loh, F.C.,Chong, Y.H. (1993-03). Radiation dosage of a dental imaging system.. Quintessence international 24 (3) : 189-191. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||This study compared the radiation dosage necessary for obtaining clinically acceptable images with a new dental imaging system (radiovisiography) to that required with a conventional-film radiographic technique. Results showed that radiovisiography required significantly less radiation exposure, only 22.3% of that used in the conventional technique. Problems, such as lack of flexibility and the limited size of the x-ray-sensitive surface, are associated with radiovisiography; however, the system effectively complements conventional-film radiography.||Source Title:||Quintessence international||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/79919||ISSN:||00336572|
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