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fluoroscopy

examination of a person or object by means of a fluoroscope

fluoroscopy

[flu̇′räs·kə·pē]
(engineering)
Use of a fluoroscope for x-ray examination.
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Total quantity or scope: 1 piece fixed appliance and digital radiology radioscopy Estimated value excluding VAT: 1,113,333 RON
An example of such oversight is Baye Makebe Sarr and Vieux Savane's book Y' en a Marre: Radioscopie d'une jeunesse insurgee au Senegal [Y' en a Marre: Radioscopy of a Rebelled Youth in Senegal] (2012), which focuses primarily on the genesis of the movement and its lead role during the demonstrations that unfolded in the wake of the elections.
Its inventor has acted arbitrarily, has played a game--and the ludic element of every sort of art, whether its intent be "realist" or symbolic, demarche, recherche, or radioscopy (as in the case of Zola), is only rarely investigated, and then with insufficient rigor; we are all merely playing, and it is wise to recollect it.
Key words: radioscopy, porosity, alloy AlSi9Cu3, die-casting
In the health sector, efforts will be focused on promoting health services and bringing them closer to citizens, through upgrading the university hospital centre Farhat Hached, establishing emergency and medical consultations services in the local hospital of Enfidha, establishing an emergency service in Kondar and creating an emergency service and radioscopy and dental medicine units in Hergla.
Curie collected X-ray tubes from Physics departments, and obtained suitable tables, photographic plates, protective aprons, screens for radioscopy and all the other necessities.
Because one's condition can be seen better that way than by radioscopy.