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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Periapical radiographs of upper central and lateral incisors of both the groups were acquired using Care stream RVG 6200 digital dental x-ray sensor with a rectangular collimator.
There were also 113 children (16.5%) with positive chest radiographs, and 72 (10.7%) with equivocal radiographs.
Horizontal angulation errors can occur on both film and digital radiographs. The error can also occur with improper horizontal alignment of the receptor holding device (2).
Conclusions: These findings suggest the respondents' practices were not fully adhering to the 2012 ADA/FDA guidelines for prescribing dental radiographs.
The study was carried out in the Medeniyet University Goztepe Training and Research Hospital Emergency Medicine Department using 100 chest radiographs collected from the Radiology Department's archive after obtaining approval from the Medeniyet University Goztepe Training and Research Hospita Ethics Committee (10.02.2015 /2015/0007).
Additionally, CT of the abdomen and pelvis provides much more information about soft tissue injury that is lacking on radiographs. Given the mechanisms of injury in pediatric pelvic fractures, soft tissue injury should be suspected.
Data was collected from the clinical records of all patients with regard to their demographics, type of fracture, clinical outcome, and number of radiographs and radiograph series.
In radiographs, the prosthesis may occlude the attached beads, the marked implants are more expensive, and the strength of the prosthesis may be negatively affected.
Radiographs demonstrated minimal displacement of the olecranon fracture, but no change in radial neck fracture alignment (Figure 3(a)).
In disasters with thousands of victims, the most common records used and available for identification are dental records [1], particularly dental radiographs. Other new and innovative techniques, such as DNA technology in forensic dentistry, are also becoming very important in human identification [3].
Hence, knowledge of the extra roots and canals and radiographs taken at different angulations is essential for delivering a successful endodontic treatment.

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