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Antonyms for radiolucent

almost complete transparent to X-rays or other forms of radiation

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Caption: Figure 2: Intraoral radiographic examination showing dilacerations along with well-defined periapical radiolucency at the root apex
Radiographic view revealed that there was diminution of the periapical radiolucency (Figure 3).
Conclusions: Age, radiolucency, stone size, and number of stones were significant predictors of SWL success in children.
This magnified image of Figure 1 shows the significant periarticular swelling (filled white arrowhead) and the radiolucency, consistent with a nondisplaced oblique fracture of the extensor process of the carpometacarpus (filled black arrowhead).
The development of regional airspace disease with scattered areas of radiolucency in a patient with centrilobular emphysema has previously been described in patients with pneumonia and has been termed a "Swiss Cheese" appearance, which describes non-uniformly perforated emphysematous lung tissue amidst dense consolidation.
Intraoral dorsoventral radiograph of nasal cavity of a dog with nasal aspergillosis usually reveal typical turbinate destruction and increase in radiolucency in left nasal chamber (Benitah, 2006) but in present case, no such abnormality was seen.
Panoramic radiography showed a large, irregular, osteolytic lesion demonstrating a multilocular radiolucency in the left maxilla.
Diagnosis of pneumothorax is confirmed by an upright posteroanterior chest radiograph, and characterized by a very thin, sharp white line that demarcates the visceral pleural edge as well as radiolucency and lack of lung markings peripheral to this line.
An oclusal view shows the radiolucency extending along the bone marrow.
OPG showed the presence of a well demarcated radiolucency in the ramus and angle of the mandible.
16) Some studies, however, have also shown radiolucency around the central peg, and there is concern that the flanges may not represent the best long-term surface for bone fixation.
Type II fractures are identified by radiolucency in part of the growth plate accompanied by radiolucency of a part of the metaphysis.