are here in Medical Imaging Film which has a fine grain and strong contrast.
It's made to work with rare earth screens that emit blue light. It uses a white
or ultraviolet light source to make accurate duplicates of traditional
radiographs and video pictures. A single emulsion film is used for duplication.
Medical Imaging Film is currently available in a few ranges like blue
x-ray film, and inkjet medical imaging film - for doppler. This is checked
under various parameters to ensure its high quality and effectiveness. It's
meant to be utilized with a rare earth-enhancing screen that's sensitive to