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Monitor displays in radiology: Part 1.

Indrajit I, Verma B - Indian J Radiol Imaging (2009)

Bottom Line: Monitor displays are an integral part of today's radiology work environment, attached to workstations, USG, CT/MRI consoles and PACS terminals.For each modality and method of use, the correct display monitor needs to be deployed.It helps to have a basic understanding of how monitors work and what are the issues involved in their selection.

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Monitor displays are an integral part of today's radiology work environment, attached to workstations, USG, CT/MRI consoles and PACS terminals. For each modality and method of use, the correct display monitor needs to be deployed. It helps to have a basic understanding of how monitors work and what are the issues involved in their selection.

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Flat panel LCD monitor technology with a multilayered ‘sandwich’ configuration, comprising of LCD panel and backlight. a) A TFT glass polarizer has TFTs proportional to the number of pixels displayed. b) Liquid crystals shift according to the difference in voltage between the color filter glass and the TFT. c) A color filter glass generates color.
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Figure 0003: Flat panel LCD monitor technology with a multilayered ‘sandwich’ configuration, comprising of LCD panel and backlight. a) A TFT glass polarizer has TFTs proportional to the number of pixels displayed. b) Liquid crystals shift according to the difference in voltage between the color filter glass and the TFT. c) A color filter glass generates color.

Mentions: An LCD monitor is fundamentally a multilayered light valve,[7] a ‘sandwich’[15] comprising three main components: an LCD panel, a backlight, and an inverter[10] [Figure 3].


Monitor displays in radiology: Part 1.

Indrajit I, Verma B - Indian J Radiol Imaging (2009)

Flat panel LCD monitor technology with a multilayered ‘sandwich’ configuration, comprising of LCD panel and backlight. a) A TFT glass polarizer has TFTs proportional to the number of pixels displayed. b) Liquid crystals shift according to the difference in voltage between the color filter glass and the TFT. c) A color filter glass generates color.
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Figure 0003: Flat panel LCD monitor technology with a multilayered ‘sandwich’ configuration, comprising of LCD panel and backlight. a) A TFT glass polarizer has TFTs proportional to the number of pixels displayed. b) Liquid crystals shift according to the difference in voltage between the color filter glass and the TFT. c) A color filter glass generates color.
Mentions: An LCD monitor is fundamentally a multilayered light valve,[7] a ‘sandwich’[15] comprising three main components: an LCD panel, a backlight, and an inverter[10] [Figure 3].

Bottom Line: Monitor displays are an integral part of today's radiology work environment, attached to workstations, USG, CT/MRI consoles and PACS terminals.For each modality and method of use, the correct display monitor needs to be deployed.It helps to have a basic understanding of how monitors work and what are the issues involved in their selection.

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ABSTRACT
Monitor displays are an integral part of today's radiology work environment, attached to workstations, USG, CT/MRI consoles and PACS terminals. For each modality and method of use, the correct display monitor needs to be deployed. It helps to have a basic understanding of how monitors work and what are the issues involved in their selection.

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