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How can a lead apron artifact be avoided during exposure of panoramic images?



A. Use a lead apron without a thyroid collar.
B. Place the lead apron high around the neck of the patient so that it does not block the x-ray beam.
C. Place the lead apron low around the neck of the patient so that it does not block the x-ray beam.
D. Both a and c are correct.

This question is part of DAS 135: Intraoral and Extraoral imaging(chpt.39,40,41,42)
Asked by Maurita, Last updated: Sep 11, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

John Smith
John Smith

Answered Feb 14, 2017

Both a and c are correct.
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