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Compensating filter "Little Prism"

Compensating filters are used for structures with large differences in absorption.

Features Has two gradients: 37º and 52º. Velcro is incorporated at each end; other self-adhesive velcro (supplied) serves to fix the filter to the collimator or to a cassette. Specification - Standard little prism Length 21 cm  – Width :  8 cm – Height 4 cm With...

Features

  • Has two gradients: 37º and 52º.
  • Velcro is incorporated at each end; other self-adhesive velcro (supplied) serves to fix the filter to the collimator or to a cassette.
  • Specification - Standard little prism
    • Length 21 cm  – Width :  8 cm – Height 4 cm
    • With self-adhesive velcro and 4 fixation plates.

Applications

  • Abdomen, double contrast, lateral decubitus
  • Some chests with a large base extremities
  • Calcaneum, axial view
  • Olecranum, axial view
  • Patella and tibial tuberosity
  • Also used next to the patient.

Little prism used at the collimatorThe little prism is fixed to the collimator in any position by means of self-adhesive velcro (supplied). Its gradients are four times smaller at a 100-cm distance, due to magnification.

For the calcaneum (or the olecranum), axial view.

The lower patella is less penetrated using the little prism. When the cassette is vertical, use auto-adhesive velcro to hold the filter.

IMFI-04
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