radiograph

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a photographic image produced on a radiosensitive surface by radiation other than visible light (especially by X-rays or gamma rays)

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The genial tubercle and genioglossus muscle can be identified by finger palpation in the floor of the mouth and with the aid of the lateral cephalometric radiograph.
Bony and soft tissue landmarks on the lateral cephalometric radiograph are analyzed with specific angular and linear measurements to aid in diagnosis and treatment planning.
The distances between the upper and lower lips and the aesthetic line were measured on profile cephalometric radiographs.
The lateral cephalometric radiographs were assessed on all patients for 1) mandibular depth (Frankfort horizontal plane--nasion-point B line); 2) condylion-pogonion length; and 3) condylion-point B length (Figure S).
The use of lateral cephalometric radiographs forms an important diagnostic tool in orthodontic treatment as well as orthognathic surgery.