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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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No chest radiographs during her subsequent hospital course showed pneumopericardium.
Taken together, these studies evaluated 621 patients and 104 chest radiographs showing abnormalities, leading to a prevalence rate of chest radiograph abnormalities of 16.
Procedures--Sets of radiographs were prospectively collected and evaluated for proper performance of various radiographic technical variables including exposure, collimation, positioning, inclusion of all appropriate views, presence of artifacts, radiation safety, and labeling.
But recognize that not only radiographs but everything we do in medicine has a potential downside.
There is recognition that extending the role of radiographers to include limited plain-film reporting may help meet service demands;'31 although, the question of non-medically qualified staff reporting radiographs has been the subject of considerable contention.
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) offer veterinary personnel a guide to producing radiographs of dogs and cats and evaluating radiographic findings.
There was no evidence of bloat on abdominal radiographs, and thoracic radiographs showed diffuse pulmonary disease, which could have been caused by acute respiratory distress syndrome/acute lung injury, pneumonia, or noncardiogenic pulmonary edema, none of which could be ruled out.
5) Seen on supine abdominal radiographs, it describes an oval radiolucency that resembles an American football.
A systematic clinical examination along with radiographs and aspiration cytology confirms the diagnosis.
CHICAGO, April 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --On Tuesday, April 10, 2012, in the journal Cancer, the American Cancer Society published an article entitled "Dental X-Rays and Risk of Meningioma," which summarized a study that sought to develop a correlation between dental radiographs and brain cancer.
Compared with usual care, the use of annual chest radiographs as a screening tool for lung cancer did not reduce lung cancer mortality in the large, randomized PLCO study.
Most of the injuries are detected by routine screening radiographs.
The previous version of the XCP consists of three separate devices for taking anterior, posterior, and bitewing radiographs.
Plain radiographs remain the primary skeletal imaging modality for arthritis and postoperative assessment of total joint arthroplasty.
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