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roentgenography

Syllabification: roent·gen·og·ra·phy
Pronunciation: /ˌrentɡəˈnäɡrəfē, ˌrənt-, -jə-
 
/

Definition of roentgenography in English:

noun

chiefly Medicine
X-ray photography.
Example sentences
  • Based on the questionnaire, physical examination, and roentgenography of the elbow, Pearson's chi-square test was used for statistical analysis.
  • Conventional methods for cancer diagnosis use roentgenography, scintigraphy, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging techniques for tissue imaging.
  • The diagnosis of medial ankle instability was made on the basis of the history and results of physical examination, including special maneuvers and plain roentgenography.

Derivatives

roentgenographic

1
Pronunciation: /-nəˈɡrafik/
adjective
Example sentences
  • Despite the localized unilateral position of the impaction, no roentgenographic signs such as volume loss or opacities were evident, and the clinical findings were bilateral.
  • In a cohort study, the conventional diagnosis of FLD is usually made on the basis of clinical symptoms, chest roentgenographic abnormalities, and positive precipitins to moldy antigens.
  • Nine of the 38 athletes who underwent roentgenographic examination had evidence of intervertebral disc disease, and 6 had vertebral wedging or Schmorl's nodes or both.

roentgenographically

2
Pronunciation: /-nəˈɡrafik(ə)lē/
adverb
Example sentences
  • This will assess the prevalence of synchronous roentgenographically occult lung carcinoma in patients with resectable roentgenographically visible lung cancer.

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