radiograph

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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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The most common reasons for taking dental radiographs are to detect and assess dental caries (commonly known as cavities) and periodontal disease.
In this study, most dentists believed that the second trimester was the safest to take a dental radiograph although radiographs are safe to be taken at any time.
Dental radiograph examinations: recommendations For patient selection and limiting radiation exposure.
A mock dental radiograph procedure was performed during which wipes were placed on the tips of a dental hygienist's fingers whenever a patient's mouth was touched.
The dental hygienist is often the member of the dental team to broach the subject of dental radiographs with patients.
The same dental radiograph camera and control panel used for film are also used for digital radiography and this equipment must also be disinfected.
Radiographic interpretation in the diagnosis of 2D dental radiographs is widely prevalent but recently with the revolutionary introduction of cone beam computed tomography and the addition of the 'third dimension' to dental imaging, dental practitioners are provided with such information about the Maxillofacial structures of their patients, that was previously unthinkable.
The examination may include dental radiographs (x-rays) to determine the damage present to tooth roots and the bones of the jaw.
No exposure of ionizing radiations can be considered completely free of risks, although levels of radiation experienced by patients during dental radiographs are much lower when compared to everyday background radiation exposures or radiation exposure due to radiographs for different medical purposes.
When patients express "doubt about the need for dental X-rays" they are not questioning the need to obtain "appropriate dental radiographs as needed" as Dr.
General clinical duties include assisting the dentist during a variety of treatment procedures, taking and developing dental radiographs, reviewing medical histories, and taking vital signs for surgical proanesthesia.