X-ray equipment performance: a 3.5 year case history.

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The continuing performance of radiographic imaging systems has become increasingly important as the complexity and cost of these systems continue to escalate, as replacement funding becomes more difficult to obtain, and as advisory and regulatory agencies place increasing emphasis on equipment-oriented quality control procedures. As a guide to the… (More)

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@article{Rossi1981XrayEP, title={X-ray equipment performance: a 3.5 year case history.}, author={Roberto Rossi and J M Niemkeiwicz and James Mulvaney and William R. Hendee}, journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology}, year={1981}, volume={136 6}, pages={1199-205} }