radiography


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Synonyms for radiography

the process of making a radiograph

photography that uses other kinds of radiation than visible light

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The symposium was organised to mark World Radiography Day, which is celebrated on November 8 every year.
Radiography units are not used commonly in wildlife medicine field settings, primarily because of their weight and requirement for a power supply.
We chose the RadPRO Mobile 40kW Digital X-ray System for its ability to provide us with the quality of imaging weve come to expect from our Canon detectors and the ease-of-use weve experienced with our existing RadPRO radiography equipment, said Kristen Hickey, director of Imaging Services, Golisano Childrens Hospital.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global industrial radiography equipment market to grow at a CAGR of 8.
Two detectors will be fixed with machines at Accidents and Emergency (A and E) ward of the health facility while another two will be installed at Radiography ward.
It covers basic principles of radiography and digital technology and radiography of various body regions, with information on direction and location of the x-ray beam, projections, anatomic considerations, and radiological considerations.
Their diagnostic radiography course, based at Wrexham's Archimedes Centre, topped a recent league table.
In 1998, Canon launched the CXDI-11, which it billed as the world's first digital radiography system which featured a proprietary-developed X-ray image sensor.
The study subjects were treated and followed at 33 sites across the country and were randomly assigned to undergo either low-dose helical CT (26,722 patients) or chest radiography (26,732 patients) to screen for lung cancer every year for 3 years.
com) is now significantly reducing patient radiation exposure with digital radiography, a technology that uses 90% less radiation than conventional dental x-ray techniques.
One prime example was the decision of the AFDS to implement digital radiography at its 80 dental facilities in 2005.
STAFF at Nuneaton's George Eliot Hospital gave patients an insight into the world of X-rays and scans as part of World Radiography Day.
This text for entry-level radiography students covers the latest digital imaging systems, including computed radiography (CR), digital radiography (DR), and picture archival and communication systems (PACS).
And veterinary science learned which techniques work best: compression radiography (something like a mammogram of the abdomen) and ultrasound.
CONTRIBUTION OF CONVENTIONAL RADIOGRAPHY AND COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY ON HEART'S TOPOGRAPHIC ANATOMY.
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