microradiogram

microradiogram

[¦mī·krō′rād·ē·ə‚gram]
(physics)
A two-dimensional x-ray image of a sample, produced by one type of x-ray microscope used in microradiography; all levels of the sample object are imaged into essentially a single focal plane for subsequent microphotographic enlargement.
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An example with an animal model by Suga [1989], who examined microradiograms taken from tooth germs of monkeys.