We also recorded the presence of pulmonary involvement, defined as cough and any mention of an abnormal finding on chest radiograph
, without further distinction.
Conclusions and Clinical Relevance--Results of this study suggested the technical variables proper exposure, proper positioning, absence of artifacts, and acquisition of all appropriate views were important for acquisition of sets of radiographs
of high diagnostic quality.
We'd never radiograph
a pregnant human, lest we expose the developing fetus to radiation.
The 'red dot' system for the triage of trauma radiographs
has been operating in the after-hours setting at WPH since 1988.
A portable supine abdominal radiograph
demonstrated the Rigler's and football signs in keeping with a pneumoperitoneum (Fig.
(Figure 2) shows a 'Scalloping sign' in capitate and a punched-out lytic lesion involving the scaphoid, capitate, and trapezoid bones.
The AGD supports ongoing scientific research on any correlations between dental radiographs
and incidents of disease in an effort to provide the most accurate information to the public and to correct any misperceptions created by the Cancer study.
In paediatric dental practices there were significantly more bitewing radiographs
taken than in general practices, a finding shared by Hanes et al.
PLCO patients, aged 55-74 years, were randomly assigned from November 1993 to July 2001 to annual screening with posterior-anterior view chest radiographs
for 4 years or usual care.
A true dorsal dislocation of the metacarpophalangeal joint (MPJ) can be a surprisingly easy finding to miss on radiographs
The three-function XCP-ORA dental X-ray positioning device consists of five different parts, three parts of which together make a specific assemblage for taking anterior, posterior or bitewing radiographs
Several lateral projection radiographs
of the hip have been described.