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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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Panoramic radiograph have a key role in diagnosis of many dental anomalies.
Panoramic radiograph of each individual was taken at Radiology Department of Khyber College of Dentistry, Peshawar with Kodac 900C.
M3 was classified as developmentally missing when there was no evidence in the records that it had been extracted and when there was no sign of mineralization of the M3 tooth crown on the panoramic radiographs.
Review of Panoramic Radiograph * Evaluate the lower border and look for bone cortical deformity.
Those having maxillary canine impaction were advised Anterior Occlusal View and panoramic radiograph to determine the patterns of impaction by vertical parallaxing technique.
Dental panoramic radiograph, in addition to clinical examination, is a valuable diagnostic tool for the dentist to obtain information.
A panoramic radiograph revealed that a large multilocular well defined radiolucent lesion of right posterior mandible extending from the mesial root of #34 to the angle of the mandible surrounding unerupted #38.
Differences in various measurements on panoramic radiograph among erupted and impacted lower third molar groups.
In the present study, the panoramic radiograph was the most frequent radiographic examination prescribed for treatment planning of osseointegrated implants.
A panoramic radiograph was made which revealed multiple decayed teeth, multiple missing teeth and one broken tooth with loss of crown structure in the lower right back tooth region.
The post-treatment panoramic radiograph showed proper root parallelism, and there was no sign of root resorption (Figure 4).
Data collection consisted of a digital panoramic radiograph taken at the time of the evaluation by a single investigator.