radiograph

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radiograph

an image produced on a specially sensitized photographic film or plate by radiation, usually by X-rays or gamma rays

radiograph

[′rād·ē·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
The photographic image produced in radiography. Also known as shadowgraph.
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The authors' conclusions suggest that SH1DF are rare in children with radiograph fracture-negative, lateral ankle injuries.
Rather, ask them if they have ever had problems with radiographs in the past.
The present study has shown that the majority of dentists sampled prescribes panoramic radiographs for dental implant assessment based on its availability and only a small number strictly adhered to the recommended guidelines of the world associations with regard to cross-sectional imaging.
In routine dental practice, radiographs are frequently used as a diagnostic tool for a number of pathological and developmental problems.
The formula derived for evaluating skeletal age in cephalometric radiographs is reliable and can be applied to both girl and boy subjects for legal requirements or therapeutic needs of age estimation.
Methods: The amount of residual root-filling material after endodontic retreatment procedures in 42 roots was assessed in radiographs and in microscopic photographs of the sectioned roots by five observers.
Conclusion: It is necessary to reorganize the technical standards and exposure procedures for improving the quality of the chest radiographs.
Plain radiographs were taken for all patients for assessing the location and type of foreign body.
Studies show that the prevalence of theses calcifications on panoramic radiographs taken for oral health reasons in the general dental outpatient groups, ranges from 2% to 5% (14).
11% prevalence of cervical ribs, thus justifying initial screening chest radiographs of all candidates for military recruitment that can pick up all cases of cervical ribs in addition to exclusion of cardiopulmonary pathologies.
For former smokers screened with LDCT, the risk of dying of lung cancer decreased at a faster rate than it did for those screened with chest radiographs.

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