Important Questions of Imaging Techniques & Equipments

Important Questions of Imaging Techniques & Equipments

Hello Everyone, Welcome back in another useful article for the students of Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering. This is Vivek Sharma, In this post, I have written some Important Questions of Imaging Techniques & Equipments.

Here are those Important Questions…

  • Write Plank’s constant.
  • What is the velocity of a photon?
  • Write the high voltage required in the X-ray machine.
  • Write the name of the material used in photocell.
  • What is tomography?
  • What is full form of CT in CT scanner?
  • What is the half-life of radioactive materials?
  • What is the velocity of Gamma Rays?
  • What is the full form of EHT?
  • Write a typical application of MRI.
  • NMR stands for…………
  • Write bandwidth of ultrasonic waves.
  • Write the name of the device which is used to measure heartbeats.
  • Write the name of a device which is used to measure heartbeats.
  • Write the name of two types of scanning arrangements.
  • Write the properties of X-ray.
  • Write the name of various components of the X-ray circuit.
  • Write functions of CCTV Camera.
  • What is Fluoroscopy?
  • Write the advantages of computed sonography.
  • What is the principle of operation of CT?
  • Write the function of Angiogram.
  • Write different types of radioactive particles.
  • Discuss measurement of EHT in X-ray machines.
  • Draw a block diagram of the X-ray machine and discuss the operation of its various components.
  • Explain constructional features, working principle, and applications of the followings:
    • X-ray image intensifier tube
    • Modern X-ray tubes
  • Explain constructional features, working principle of operation and applications of the followings:
    • Computed sonography
    • Echocardiography
  • Draw the block diagram and explain the working of the followings:
    • MRI
    • CT Scanner
  • Write short notes on the followings:
    • Digital Radiography
    • Gamma Camera

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