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What do the light field and irradiation field of the medical X-ray collimator mean?

The light field and irradiation field of the medical X-ray collimator refer to the light range formed by the collimator used in the medical field during the irradiation process.
The light field refers to the range or area of the light formed by the collimator in the working state. The light field refers to the widest range that the light emitted from the beamer can reach without any obstruction or interference.
The irradiation field refers to the light within a specific range selected from the light field by the collimator after magnification, focusing or other optical adjustments, and is used to irradiate the area to be examined or the treatment area.
For specific medical operations or applications, the size and shape of the light field and irradiation field of the medical collimator may be adjusted as needed. The adjustment of these parameters can ensure that the light can be accurately irradiated to the area that needs to be examined or treated, and can provide the desired lighting or phototherapy effect.
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