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Old 04-17-2012   #26
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One more thing: In these days of safe exposure limits for patient and operators, X-ray intensities are as low as feasible, and X-ray film is sandwiched with intensifiers to be able to record any image at all under these restrictions. The effect of X-rays on regular film would be too low to record as a usable image even if you'd put it where the dentist's film was placed.
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