Computed Radiography is a film replacement technology, a flexible phosphor imaging plate(IP) is used to capture digital images rather than conventional photographic film. The imaging plate is exposed to X-rays or gamma radiations and the image is stored in the plate of phosphor layer. The IP is read by the scanner, the focused laser releases the stored images in the form of the visible light photons. The photons which are collected and amplified by the scanner is further converted in to a digital signal and then transferred to the computer for processing and display.
Related Journals of Computed Radiography
Journal of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography, Journal of Computational Neuroscience, Journal of Computational Physics, Computational Linguistics, Computational Geosciences.