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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
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radiograph

[′rād·ē·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
The photographic image produced in radiography. Also known as shadowgraph.
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Four angular and 33 linear measurements were used to evaluate the lateral cephalometric radiographs taken under standardized conditions.
The cephalograms were traced by affixing transparent 120 [micro] polyester tracing paper to the cephalometric radiographs with a transparent tape with a 0.3 mm lead pencil.
Lateral and posteroanterior (PA) cephalometric radiographs were taken at the beginning of the treatment, at the end of expansion and after 3 months of retention period.
Tallgren in 1976 [3], who analyzed variables defining craniofacial morphology and defining head posture, on the cephalometric radiographs of 120 subject between the ages of 20 and 30 years.
Lateral cephalometric radiographs of the subject children were taken under the standard condition of occluding the teeth as much as possible.
Lateral cephalometric radiographs were taken according to the following criteria: (1) natural head position with teeth in centric occlusion, (2) the lips in rest position, and (3) the lateral cephalometric radiograph was taken at a standard source-to-cassette holder distance of 130 mm (magnification, 1.09) with a Planmeca Cephalometer (PM 2002 EC Proline, Helsinki, Finland).
Most of the authors have used lateral cephalometric radiograph, but because of least amount of superimposition, orthopantomogram (OPG) is considered a more accurate radiograph to evaluate the position of the third molar.9,14-17
After the selection, subjects were asked to read and sign an informed consent form, and to take another set of photographs and a cephalometric radiograph. The rights of the human subjects were protected and approval was obtained from the local Ethical Research Committee.
Preoperative radiographic analysis, including a lateral cephalometric radiograph and a panoramic dental x-ray, are necessary to assist the surgeon in surgical planning.
The total of 150 individuals' (75 females and 75 males) cephalometric radiograph images were assessed in this study.
A lateral cephalometric radiograph showed that this mass was significantly superior to the dentition in the antral inferior nasal region (Figure 2).