The liquid crystal display (LCD) for medical imaging in comparison with the cathode ray tube display (CRT)

  title={The liquid crystal display (LCD) for medical imaging in comparison with the cathode ray tube display (CRT)},
  author={H. Roehrig and J. Fan and A. Chawla and K. Gandhi},
  booktitle={SPIE Optics + Photonics},
  • H. Roehrig, J. Fan, +1 author K. Gandhi
  • Published in SPIE Optics + Photonics 2002
  • Engineering
  • This paper discusses display parameters such as display function, contrast, dynamic range, veiling glare and spatial resolution of displays useful in digital radiology. After a review of the traditional display in diagnostic radiology, namely the film-lightbox, based on the film-screen combination, the paper concentrates on the Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Flat Panel Display (AM-LCD). The AM-LCD will most likely mature and may become the display of choice in the near future, replacing the… CONTINUE READING
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