Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography, Intraoral

Definition : X-ray detectors designed to be placed temporarily in the mouth (i.e., intraoral) to sense the absorption pattern of x-ray radiation from a dental radiographic unit. The detector acquires the data and then transmits it to a computerized workstation. These detectors typically consist of a small device including an x-ray-sensitive sensor, along with an analog-to-digital converter and means for connection to the workstation. Intraoral x-ray detectors are typically used as a substitute for conventional intraoral films used in dental radiography; the systems including the intraoral detector and the computerized workstation process the information as digital data.

Entry Terms : "Intraoral X-Ray Detectors" , "Intraoral Digital Radiography Detectors" , "Dental Digital Radiography Detectors"

UMDC code : 20767

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