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arthrogram

[′är·thrə‚gram]
(medicine)
A roentgenogram of a joint space after injection of radiopaque material.
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The joint study demonstrates that the government's plans to tackle obesity are very ambitious.
Marjorie McColm, director of Academic Excellence at George Brown College and co-author of the joint study, Early Learning and Care in the City.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that the federal government of Mexico, together with the local government of Mexico City, plans to conduct an $827,000 joint study this August designed to analyze the effects of air pollution on the city's elderly population.
The business process outsourcing market could reach $1 trillion by 2006 according to a joint study by International Data Corp and the BPO Steering Committee of The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India.
ASEAN member governments must change their trade and investment policies as well as industrial policies from the regional pattern based on import restrictions and export subsidies to a pattern of greater market competition within a single ASEAN market, the institutes said in a joint study report.
Sue Ahmed, the CPSC study's coordinator, says that the industry-government joint study is working well thus far, and that the finished report should be available for the Commissioners and the public by early January.
In 1997, Niko proposed to rehabilitate the abandoned gas fields at Chattak, Feni and Kamta in Sylhet and later a joint study by Niko and BAPEX found 319 billion cubic feet of natural gas in Chhatak and Feni.
The Food and Drug Administration and the Veterans Administration are planning a joint study to determine whether certain drugs used to treat HIV can trigger a vascular necrosis.
GM) of the United States said Friday they will conduct a joint study on a proposal to develop an advanced version of a system designed to transmit a range of information to drivers via onboard devices.
Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and Mexican President Vicente Fox agreed on launching the joint study when Fox visited Tokyo in June.
com), a division of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Roper Starch Worldwide conducted a joint study that examined the impact of employee turnover on customer satisfaction within six different industries.
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