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Synonyms for radiograph

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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So, follow-up radiographs probably are ordered unnecessarily.
4-year period were reviewed to locate children whose initial radiographs were interpreted as normal by a pediatric radiologist and whose subsequent bone scans or follow-up radiographs showed toddler's fractures.
At the first clinic visit, the patient was placed in a short-arm cast for 6 weeks, with follow-up radiographs at regular intervals thereafter.
We classified these patients as either showing radiographic progression (P) or no radiographic progression (NP) by comparison of admission and follow-up radiographs.
When follow-up radiographs were taken an average of 3 weeks after the initial injury evidence of fractures could be seen in 28 of 37 children.