radiopaque

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radiopaque

[¦rād·ē·ō′pāk]
(electromagnetism)
Not appreciably penetrable by x-rays or other forms of radiation.
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15 Unlike the X-ray, laryngoscopy detection will not be hindered by the varying radio-opacity of the fish bones.
So far, the cements used have generally been variations of conventional bone cement based on PMMA with extra radio-opacity due to the addition of e.
Typical radiological picture is radio-opacity with laminated appearance and central radiolucency.