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radiogram

1. Brit a unit comprising a radio and record player
2. another name for radiograph

radiogram

[′rād·ē·ə‚gram]
(communications)
A message transmitted by radio.
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a) Radiogram taken at the first visit showing distal clavicular fracture and avulsion fracture of the upper side of the coracoid process (arrow).
8 Lateral X- radiographs were used to measure kyphotic angle which was measured from the superior endplate of the vertebral body above the fractured level to the inferior endplate of the vertebral body below the affected vertebra on lateral radiograms.
What about electric cookers that blew up on installation, radiograms, radio, electric irons etc etc that the manufacturers are so apathetic about?
A time before Ipod and mp3 recordings - when people listened to music on newfangled devices called stereograms and radiograms.
Although hand radiograms method is well know for almost 80 years, modern modifications implemented nowadays allow to improve the precision and accuracy of this diagnostic tool [3, 4].
Subjects were classified as flat foot and control group based on data from radiograms.
In the meantime, thousands of letters, cards, cablegrams, and radiograms were pouring into the hospital for this little girl.
But this act proved to be the source of her undoing: the German official perceived immediately that she was spying for the French and began sending out false radiograms (in a code that he knew the French had already deciphered), depicting Mata Hari as a German informant.
20) Although bronchial anthracosis may be solely due to occupational risk factors or inspiration of soot like particles as Spencer described, (21) based on our results however, the association of some clinical clues such as high ESR, positive PPD test, and cavern patterns on chest radiograms should be considered as signs of active pulmonary tuberculosis until proven otherwise.
Standard ASTM E 505 (American Society for Testing and Materials, standard reference radiograms for inspection of aluminium and magnesium die-casting) was used for grading irregularities and materials health and according to STL S32 1156 (PSA Peugeot --Citroen Specifications Techniques Laboratories, standard for materials health).
PPL generally follow an indolent and slow clinical course and is detected incidentally on radiograms.
2 has close resemblance to the percentage of patients with new stone formation seen in the author's department and apparently ESWL did not result in an accelerated recurrence risk caused by minor residual fragments not detected on plain radiograms.