Medical transimaging mode allows you to form images of internal structures of organic matter, large or small, on a level of detail previously unseen. This will be achieved by combining both digital x-ray and neutron detectors. This is also called medical radiography or medical CT-scanning.
How does it work?
- A radiation source emits radiation to an object of investigation
- The radiation encounters the object and some of it gets absorbed by the object
- The radiation not getting absorbed will transit through the object
- The radiation encounters the SEM
- The radiation is converted to photons in location of incident
- The readout and preprocessing component reads the photons and adds the location information of each incident
- The signal is changed to a digital format
- The processing board creates an image
- The image is transferred to a client device via chosen bus.
- More accurate images of organic matter by using neutrons
- Images with even more detail by using both neutrons and x-rays
- No need for several digital detector types, only one platform for x-rays and neutrons
- Can form large or small images due scalable imaging area
- Scan or take a snapshot image choose a scanning strip or an imaging area
What can you do with this?
- X-ray radiography machine
- neutron radiography machine
- X-ray + neutron radiography machine
- X-ray computer tomography scanner
- neutron computer tomography scanner
- X-ray + neutron computer tomography scanner
For medical and research purposes.