skiagram


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Synonyms for skiagram

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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If the MRI findings prompt the diagnosis of tuberculoma, a chest skiagram and a CT scan of the thorax should be done to look for pulmonary involvement, if any.
Skiagram of Skull (AP & Lateral views) revealed osseous hypertrophy of calvarium on left side (Ipsilateral).
Her Chest skiagram was normal and blood reports showed: hemoglobin 12.
The cases, formerly reported as primary, were mostly before the days of chest skiagram.
Post operative skiagram LS spine lateral view showing fixation with hartshill rod and autogenous cancellous bone grafting
7, 8) The diagnosis of AAD can be made on plain skiagrams with confidence.
Despite antibiotic coverage, the patient was toxic and tachypneic with no reduction in intercostal tube drainage and without improvement in serial repeat chest skiagrams.
Skiagrams were then taken immediately following the injection in the postero-anterior view and then in the oblique view.
Raised SGOT and SGPT levels, prolonged PT and APTT, hypoalbuminemia, pleural effusion in skiagrams of chest and increased gall bladder wall thickness (GBWT) > 3mm in USG scan was significantly (p<0.