Definition of radiograph in English:

radiograph

Line breaks: radio|graph
Pronunciation: /ˈreɪdɪə(ʊ)grɑːf
 
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noun

An image produced on a sensitive plate or film by X-rays, gamma rays, or similar radiation, and typically used in medical examination.
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  • Presence of cardiomegaly on the chest radiograph may be the only diagnostic clue and echocardiography may reveal pericardial effusion.
  • Preoperative radiographs and MRI scans were obtained in all patients.
  • Patients' medical records, chest radiographs, and computerized laboratory values were reviewed.

verb

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Produce an image of (something) on a sensitive plate or film by X-rays, gamma rays, or similar radiation: the samples were stored at -20 degrees before being radiographed
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  • Characteristic branching ossification was identified in 7 of the 8 cases by radiographing the paraffin blocks or the wet tissue.
  • Eventually, we wound up radiographing it, and she had a large cyst in her sinuses on the left side.
  • Although the majority of ankle injuries are radiographed, fewer than 15 percent of these patients are found to have fractures of the ankle or foot.

Derivatives

radiographic

Pronunciation: /-dɪəˈgrafɪk/
adjective
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  • As recommended by the researchers, consideration should be given to radiographic screening in these situations.
  • Our study found that clinical and radiographic findings were useful predictors of the etiology of one or more pulmonary nodules.
  • Many patients are asymptomatic, and the tumor is discovered only as an incidental radiographic or postmortem finding.

radiographically

Pronunciation: /-dɪəˈgrafɪk(ə)li/
adverb
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  • The ability of conventional CT scan and fiberoptic bronchoscopy to localize and properly stage radiographically occult lung cancer in the major airways is limited.
  • She improved clinically and radiographically, and was switched to intravenous hydrocortisone, 200 mg three times a day, for 2 days, when she again showed clinical and radiographic deterioration.
  • Treatment was advocated only if there was evidence of disease progression or if the lesion, as observed radiographically, failed to resolve over a 1-to 2-month period of close observation.

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