What does the collimator look like?
The collimator is a beam of X-ray photography, including an existing collimator, which is characterized in that an inner ring is mounted on the top of the housing, the outer ring is buckled with the inner ring, and the two rings are equipped with a sheet The lead disc, the latter has a square mouth in the middle part, and a four-sided trumpet-shaped lead protective cover is fixed on the lead disc; the lower mouth of this protective cover is as large as the square mouth of the lead disc, Its upper opening is the same size as the inner opening of the lead protective sleeve of the tube window. The collimator has two buttons that can be rotated to control the size of the irradiation field. Some collimators have a tape measure, which is convenient for measuring the distance between the collimator and the patient.
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