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The production, use, and control of x-rays are important aspects of radiation protection. When used in medicine, the medical goal as well as the protection goal is to optimize the parameters of purposeful exposures to obtain the greatest benefit (i.e., diagnostic information or treatment) while avoiding unnecessary radiation exposure of patients and workers. Fortunately, these are compatible goals: the sharpest and clearest x-ray images are obtained when those features that optimize exposure are also used. It is, unfortunately, also possible to obtain acceptable x-ray images with unnecessary exposures of patients and, even worse, to obtain x-ray images that do not contain the requisite information. Both circumstances impose unnecessary radiation, and can be especially harmful when a patient does not receive essential medical information. As shown in Figure 15-1, there are four major interconnected categories of physical principles in an x-ray system designed to optimize image quality and patient exposure:
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Backup archive The PACS archive server saves a patient s images for seven years. Since the archive has only one copy, a backup archive with one extra copy, preferably off site, is necessary to ensure data integrity. Should a natural disaster occur, the server can retrieve images immediately from the backup archive to maintain the clinical operation. CAD PACS integration The ultimate goal of developing a CAD (computer-aided diagnosis) system is to integrate CAD results into PACS to facilitate radiologists and healthcare providers for daily clinical practice. However, the value and effectiveness of CAD are still hindered by the inconvenience of the stand-alone CAD WS or server. Wider use of DICOM and IHE technologies as an integral part of PACS daily clinical operation could help overcome these obstacles. The CAD PACS tools allow for such integration. Communication networks PACS is a form of system integration; all components in PACS are connected using communication networks. The communication protocol the networks use is TCP/IP (transport control protocol/Internet protocol). If the networks are within the hospital (Intranet), they are called a local area network (LAN). If the networks are outside of the hospital (Internet), they are called a wide area network (WAN). Data Grid Grid computing is the integrated use of geographically distributed computers, networks, and storage systems to create a virtual computing system for solving large-scale, data-intensive problems in science, engineering, and commerce. Data Grid is a subset of grid computing and ensures data integrity in grid computing. Three major applications of Data Grid in medical imaging informatics are largescale enterprise PACS operation, integration of multiple PAC systems, and PACS disaster recovery. DICOM Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine (DICOM) is the de facto standard used in PACS for image and data communication. It has two components, communication protocol and image data format. The former is based on the TCP/IP protocol. All major imaging and related data manufacturer equipment are DICOM compliant. Every hospital should request this standard in its image-related equipment purchases. DICOM RT ePR The DICOM standard has been extended for radiology to radiation therapy (RT) by ratifying seven DICOM RT objects, which helps set standard
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The 2p orbital of the nitrenium ion will interact strongly with the p orbital of an X: substituent (Figure 7.10a). The nitrenium ion is considerably stabilized by the twoelectron, two-orbital interaction. The 2p sp n gap is widened. The ground state of an X:-substituted nitrenium ion is expected to be S0 . Apparently, according to ab initio studies, a methyl group is not a su ciently good p donor. The ground state of CH3 NH was found computationally to be T1 [179], although the cyclic dialkyl nitrenium ion, CH2 CH2 3 N , is predicted to have ground state S0 [179]. The LUMO remains very low in energy and the X:-substituted nitrenium ion will be a strong Lewis acid. In fact, both CH3 NH and (CH3 )2 N are predicted to rearrange without activation by a 1,2 hydride migration from methyl to N on the singlet potential energy surface [179]. The X:-substituted phosphorus and arsenic analogs of nitrenium ions (phosphenium [180] and arsenium [181], respectively) are also known. As shown in Figure 7.10b, Z substituents will interact relatively weakly because of the larger energy separation than is found in Z-substituted carbenes. The interaction results in some stabilization but lowers the 2p sp n gap. Thus, the ground state for Z-substituted nitrenium ions is expected to be T1 . The triplet diradical will be strongly electrophilic. The S0 state with both electrons in the sp n orbital would gain
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The 3D DWF files (for AutoCAD only) are similar to 2D DWF files, but the following items are not displayed: Images and other inserted (OLE) objects Hyperlinks Bold and italic fonts Gradients Certain rendering features, such as lights, shadows, and certain types of materials Rays and xlines Named views and cameras Hidden edges
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