Forty percent of 15 radiology reading rooms at the University Hospital Limerick in Ireland had inadequate lighting, while 33% had excessive illumination, according to a study in Radiography. "Appropriate illumination levels are not only crucial for diagnostic accuracy but also important to manage inappropriate screen contrast, glare and to reduce eye fatigue," researchers wrote.
Illumination in radiology reporting rooms examined
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