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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Lipsett, from the division of emergency medicine at Boston Children's Hospital, and co-authors, wrote that the use of chest radiograph to diagnose pneumonia is thought to have limitations such as its inability to distinguish between bacteria and viral infection, and the possible absence of radiographic presentations early in the disease in patients with dehydration.
Cone Cuts: Cone Cut errors occur when the x-ray cone is not centered over the film or sensor, creating a white unexposed image on the radiograph. This error can occur with digital or film.
Determining the clinical significance of errors in pediatric radiograph interpretation between emergency physicians and radiologists.
The pelvic findings of each patient on CT and radiograph were compared to identify discrepancies.
An analysis was performed to identify factors which were associated with a patient receiving multiple radiograph series (Table 3).
Due to its high precision, it allows to reveal a potential failure of the implant fixation at early stages, when the prosthesis migration is not recognizable in plain radiographs, nor clinical symptoms occur [3].
The primary outcome was the matching of the radiograph of the heat-altered tooth from among 10 radiographs, including the matching radiograph.
Corporation, Kyoto, Japan) which was confirmed using periapical radiograph [Figure 1b].
(23) reported that an additional hand-wrist radiograph was the main drawback of the traditional skeletal age prediction method.