fluorography


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fluorography

[flu̇′räg·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
Photography of an image produced on a fluorescent screen. Also known as photofluorography.
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Gels were then prepared for fluorography according to Bonner and Laskey (1974), dried and exposed with Kodak X-Omat AR5 X-ray film at -- 80 [degrees] C.
To date, there is no single standard in Russia for where and how to send a person who suspects the formation of a tumor after the first stage of screening - mammography, fluorography, PSA analysis or cervical cytology.
A number of technologies offer today's radiologist real-time or film recording options, including spot film devices, television monitoring systems, photofluorography, digital fluorography and cinefluorography.