Technique Factors for Post-mortem Radiography

Post-mortem Radiography is a medical examination of a dead person’s body in order to find out the cause of death. Post mortem radiography is an expiration chest technique Without air in the lungs, increase in technique needed Even shortly after death, blood and body fluids will begin to pool in...
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Tools To Improve Radiographic Quality

The following are the important tools to be considered and observed to improve radiographic quality so as yo yield a high quality radiograph, thus resulting to decrease repeat exposures leading to less patient dose: Patient Position Good knowledge of human anatomy Central axis/Central Ray Proper patient instruction Distance...
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