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radiological

[¦rād·ē·ə¦läj·ə·kəl]
(nucleonics)
Pertaining to nuclear radiation, radioactivity, and atomic weapons.
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Radiologically, the mass was hypointense on T1-weighted MRI and exhibited irregular contrast enhancement.
Rustom et al6 concluded that PEG tubes were superior to radiologically inserted gastrostomy (RIG) tubes and surgically placed tubes.
The purpose of the barrier is to prevent a subsurface smoldering event in Bridgeton Landfill's South Quarry Cell from making contact with radiologically impacted materials detected below the surface, in and near OU-1.
He was treated with oral antibiotics for radiologically confirmed pneumonia.
Harris et al found that 40-60% of patient with active pulmonary tuberculosis suspected clinically or radiologically may fail to produce sputum, or when it is available AFB may be negative.
Results showed that peak contact pressures occur at extreme hip flexion/abduction, and that the pressure distribution corresponds to radiologically observed damage zones in the labrum.
As these tumours are rare, criteria for diagnosing EM radiologically do not exist.
Radiologically, multiple large lobulated homogenous calcifications are noted in the soft tissue around the joint, with the joint spaces preserved.
Benign inflammatory lesions can mimic rhabdomyosarcomas both radiologically and macroscopically as in the present case (3).
Systemic symptoms occur late, except in Ewing's sarcoma, which often causes a fever and can easily be mistaken for osteitis--clinically and radiologically.
All patients were evaluated radiologically within 36 hours of treatment initiation.
They are the only large bore catheters inserted for high pressure and high flow use that do not have their position confirmed either radiologically or by direct vision.

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