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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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Another common problem dental assistants face when taking anterior radiographs are torus palatinus and torus mandibularis.
A cross-sectional descriptive study was performed, 500 digital panoramic radiographs (ratio 1:1) taken in March of 2015 at the Dental Assisting Teaching Clinic, Dental School, Universidad de La Frontera (Temuco, Chile) were analyzed.
The questionnaire was formatted in a way to enquire about their radiographic prescription methods for pre- and post-operative assessment in their implantology practice and data collected regarding the radiographic prescription practices for pre-operative implant assessment and follow-up, such as panaromic radiograph (OPG), IOPAR, and CT or combination of any among these.
The subjects with previous history of trauma to the mandible, orthodontic treatment, pathological jaw lesions and low quality radiographs were not included in the study.
Several biologic indicators have been used to assess individual skeletal maturity, such as chronologic age, dental evaluations, secondary sexual characteristics, height increase, hand-wrist radiographs, and maturity of cervical vertebrae (6).
The intraobserver reproducibility was fair to almost perfect for radiographs and microscopic photographs.
Hence, according to the guidelines for assessment of pneumoconiosis of the International Labour Office (ILO), chest radiographs are divided into four subgroups based on technical quality from unacceptable to the good.
With this initial information, the cases were followed with serial radiographs.
When dentists are suspicious about the presence of carotid artery atheromas in panoramic radiographs, they play an important role for their patients' lives, as they guide and immediately refer their patients to doctors for adequate medical treatment (15).
It was felt to study a section of Pakistani population to assess the usefulness of chest radiographs to detect the cervical ribs before induction in Pakistan army.
All participants were screened for lung cancer with either LDCT or a chest radiograph examination.
The poster evaluated the differences in identifying 50 specimen radiographs that contained calcifications and had undergone both 2D and 3D imaging as a standard part of a surgical procedure.
Plain radiographs obtained at the initial visit showed no abnormalities (Figure 1).
Radiographs and MRI were obtained for the evaluation of the acute injury (Figures 1 and 2).
This book outlines a systematic approach to the review of frontal and lateral chest radiographs, the radiographic signs of disease, and typical radiographic findings of common and interesting acquired and congenital cardiovascular diseases, as well as trauma.
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