volume 3, issue 5984, P606-607 1975
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.3.5984.606-a
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Abstract: 606BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 13 SEPTEMBER 1975 trast agents, but this change must also have a profound effect on the design and manufacture of radiographic equipment, which could well be revolutionary. Many more image intensifiers will be required; lower voltage transformers, small focal spot-sized tubes, 105 mm roll film and cameras will be needed in large quantities; and automatic processing units will be a fraction of their present size. What if, in the future, there is no radiograph at all, only a "flopp…

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