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When an examination of a young female patient is performed in the AP projection, the breast tissue receives the exit dose of radiation as opposed to the entrance dose.
In this model, when automatic exposure control maintains a constant exit dose, the entrance skin exposure would increase exponentially with the thickness of the chest.
The entrance and exit doses are distributed in such a way that tissue outside the target is minimally affected.