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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Dental radiograph examinations: recommendations For patient selection and limiting radiation exposure.
AT A GLANCE -- Researchers have developed an automated dental radiograph (x-ray) matching system that can identify victims of mass disasters in minutes.
The dental hygienist is often the member of the dental team to broach the subject of dental radiographs with patients.
Dental Procedures for Which Endocarditis Prophylaxis Is Reasonable for Patients in Table 11 All dental procedures that involve manipulation of gingival tissue or the periapical region of teeth or perforation of the oral mucosa The following procedures and events do not need prophylaxis: routine anesthetic injections through noninfected tissue, taking dental radiographs, placement of removable prosthodontic or orthodontic appliances, adjustment of orthodontic appliances, placement of orthodontic brackets, shedding of deciduous teeth, and bleeding from trauma to the lips or oral mucosa.
Hamilton remarks that many cases are due not to genetic but environmental factors, such as living near high-voltage power lines; and that dentists suffer from the highest rate of brain tumors--because they're constantly exposed to X-rays as they shoot film for dental radiographs.
Visitors will have an opportunity to see some of the latest technologies in veterinary medicine such as Bluetooth wireless surgical monitoring and digital imaging, which includes radiographs, dental radiographs and ultrasound.
Robinson (University of North Carolina) and Bird (Santa Rosa Junior College) introduce the anatomical structures of the head and neck, walk through the standard dental examination, and explain the procedures for taking dental radiographs, mixing amalgams, making impressions, and extracting a tooth.
Some studies have proposed hypothetical scenarios and requested that dentists make recommendations about whether dental radiographs should be taken (Matteson et al.
The focus of this research study is on commonly encountered stimuli during routine dental visits such as personal protective equipment, hand and power-driven instruments, dental radiographs, needles, air and water spray, and suction.
This involves a careful examination and dental radiographs, often taken by portable X-ray machines.
We know the veterinary market needs dental radiographs that are simple to obtain, outstanding in quality and can go into their existing PACS.
Some examples of these surfaces are light handles, switches, dental radiographs, equipment, computers, drawer handles, faucet handles, countertops, pens, doorknobs, headrests and hoses.
Since its inception, dental radiography has experienced an incredible evolution oftechnolog3a The importance and benefits of dental radiographs can never be understated.
The most common errors involved dental radiographs followed by drilling intact teeth and anaesthetising the wrong tooth.