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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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Various skeletal anomalies can be appreciated radiographically such as delayed bone growth and maturation, clinodactyl 5th finger and/or toe, fused carpals (usually the hamate and capitate), fused 5th and 6th metacarpals, defect on the lateral surface of the proximal part of the tibia (or knock-knees), cubitus valgus, and hypoplastic cubitus, most of which were found in our patient too.
In this study, we also have shown the difficulty level according to Winter's lines radiographically in which we were able to see the depth of the tooth root within the bone in the mandible compared to the studies of H Yuasa and Oladijmeji A Akaderi.
Radiographically severe but clinically mild reexpansion pulmonary edema following decompression of a spontaneous pneumothorax.
The specificity of the diagnosis of UIP is almost certainly increased radiographically when the changes are advanced, but that is not the phase in which one ideally hopes to identify and treat patients, if disease can be accurately detected earlier.
The system is ideal for radiographically inspecting the joints in a pipeline.
1) Radiographically, it appears as an expansile radiolucent, with thinned and perforated cortices, and it is known to cause root resorption.
The amount of filling debris remaining on root canal walls was assessed radiographically .
On clinical examination the tooth was grossly decayed and radiographically the unusual root pattern seen with mesial root Fig A.
Radiographically it was not possible to localise the lesion accurately to either the liver or the adrenal gland.
The tooth was monitored radiographically prior to and during eruption.

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