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Radiography is an ancillary technique for the evaluation of pathology of the dentition and its supporting structures including the paranasal sinuses. Production and interpretation of dental radiographs require an understanding of the regional anatomy, radiographic anatomy, and dental pathology as well as the anticipated effect of dental pathology on the surrounding structures. 'Radiographic Exposure: Principles & Principles' combines a textbook and workbook in one volume. This complete, easy-to-understand introduction to exposure provides over 120 activities and lab assignments to help the reader learn the terminology and understand the principles of exposure. The nomenclature of x-ray exposure comprises various terms, which have come to be called radiographic factors. Following is a list of these radiographic factors and their related symbols. These should be memorized, as each of them influences the character of the radiographic image. Exposure Calculations Properly exposing a radiograph Radiograph - a photographic recording produced by the passage of radiation through a subject onto a film. Is often a trial and error process, as there are many variables that affect the final radiograph.

Q. I feel some effects due to less exposure to sunlight. I heard that UV lighting is effective for depression. I’m living in northwest pacific; the summers are very nice but way to short. I feel some effects due to less exposure to sunlight. I have been told that sun light helps the production of the chemical in the brain that we are deficient of. If true, are there certain types of fixtures and/or bulbs that I should try.

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A. Its also called seasonal affective disorder:
http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/disorder
(SAD) depression with fatigue, lethargy, oversleeping, overeating, and carbohydrate craving recurring cyclically during specific seasons, most commonly the winter months.
I would about UV. Perhaps you should get a fluorescent light fixture for the area where you spend the most time each day and turn it on.
The web sites that sell the commercial light boxes want several hundred dollars or even more. (Seems like rip off to me.)
The web page at
http://www.ncpamd.com/seasonal.htm
says 'studies suggest that regular fluorescent lights will work as well. UV (ultraviolet) light can damage eyes and skin, so it must be filtered out. It is best to buy a commercially built light box to be sure of the exact amount of light and to be sure that there are no isolated 'hot spots' which could damage eyes. Many people still prefer full spectrum (minus UV) light because it i

Q. how do i keep my baby as minimal as passable exposed to the out side world threats? like decease and other things

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A. It might seem like a caring attitude, but I'm not sure it's neither possible nor absolutely necessary - babies do get sick, usually only mildly and transiently, so trying to prevent all the cases of fever would be quite impossible.
What you can do, is to maintain the regular infant welfare visits, give him or her the necessary vaccinations (one of the most important things you can do for your child), make sure your baby eats well, regarding both the amount and type of foods, and generally keep a good hygiene: make sure to wash hands after you go to the toilet and before you handle your baby, don't expose him or her to other sick infants etc.
However, all this is just a general advice - if you have specific question you may want to consult your doctor (e.g. a pediatrician).
Take care,

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