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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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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.
The horizontal interclinoid dural fold sometimes calcify partially or completely in some peoples, which can be seen and diagnosed on lateral cephalometric radiograph.
The genial tubercle and genioglossus muscle can be identified by finger palpation in the floor of the mouth and with the aid of the lateral cephalometric radiograph.
Quality of Lateral Cephalometric radiograph must be assessed regularly in order to prevent repetition and excessive exposure of radiation to patients.
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate two groups of subjects presenting different facial traits with a clinically balanced soft tissue profile using cephalometric radiographs.
Data was collected from lateral cephalometric radiograph taken with the patient's Frankfurt horizontal plane parallel to floor, mandible in centric occlusion and lips at rest.
The cephalometric radiograph has important role in orthodontic diagnosis and planning since its introduction by Broadbent (1931).
Lateral cephalometric radiograph of each individual was taken with a universal counter balancing type of cephalostat at Radiology Department of Khyber College of Dentistry, Peshawar.
Analysis of Lateral cephalometric radiograph revealed a hypoplastic maxilla.
While the initial panoramic radiograph (Fig 2) revealed normal findings with full complement of permanent teeth, the initial cephalometric radiograph (Fig 3) showed convex profile with hyperdivergent and retrognathic mandible as confirmed by the cephalometric analysis (Table 1).