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CR System

Doctor TimeTable

FullTime And Visiting Doctor

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Organization TimeTable

  • Monday - Friday
    Morning 9.00 to Evening 5.00
  • Saturday
    Morning 9.00 to 01.00
  • Sunday
    Holiday

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Cancer Awareness Library

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CR System

  • Computed radiography (CR) uses very similar equipment to conventional radiography except that in place of a film to create the image, an imaging plate (IP) made of photostimulable phosphor is used. The imaging plate is housed in a special cassette and placed under the body part or object to be examined and the x-ray exposure is made. Hence, instead of taking an exposed film into a darkroom for developing in chemical tanks or an automatic film processor, the imaging plate is run through a special laser scanner, or CR reader, that reads and digitizes the image. The digital image can then be viewed and enhanced using software that has function very similar to other conventional digital image-processing software.
  • Our Centre recently installed FCR Capsula XL II CR system from Fuji film, FCR CAPSULA XLII enables extremely high throughput of up to approximately 94 IPs/hr.* and the time to display the image on the CR Console monitor is approximately 23 sec., in spite of its compactness.