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Radiographic Units, Specimen

Definition : Radiographic units that consist of a stand-alone radiation safety cabinet and include an x-ray generator, an x-ray tube, a collimator, an exposure timer, a specimen compartment, and a control panel. These units make it possible to obtain better resolution and contrast in tissue-sample imaging than those obtained in a standard patient radiographic diagnosis, due to the use of a lower kilovoltage and a higher x-ray exposition. These units are used mainly in pathology, including forensic pathology radiography.

Entry Terms : "Pathology Radiographic Units" , "Specimen Radiographic Units"

UMDC code : 17166

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Faxitron Bioptics LLC

Company Type: Parent

Building the First Cabinet X-Ray System. The original Faxitron cabinet x-ray system was invented in the late '60s by physics pioneer Joseph Edmonds Henderson who would go on to head the illustrious Applied Physics Laboratory at the University of Washington. Henderson also invented the betatron and synchrotron, which may explain the ‘tron' in our product's name.

Kub Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

Kubtec engineers brought the XPERT family of digital cabinet X-ray systems to the market for specimen radiography, biosciences, research, and clinical applications. Once on the market, Kubtec earned the reputation for manufacturing the most innovative designs and applications in digital X-ray technology and has remained at the forefront in bringing technical advancements and value to the field.

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