Computed radiography, or CR, is a digital image acquisition and processing system for radiography that uses computers and laser technology. It was developed in the mid-1980s. CR images can be recorded on laser-printed film or transmitted and stored digitally. This technological change has a significant impact on hospital operating costs and efficiency because radiography is the most common method of diagnostic imaging. It accounts for 70% of all imaging procedures, in comparison to 10% for CT scans and 6% for MRIs.
Versatile computed radiography (CR) digitizer that can handle digital mammography, as well as all general radiography, orthopaedic, chiropractic, Full Leg/Full Spine and dental applications. The total cost of ownership remains low, making it an affordable way to move from analog to digital