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radiology Line breaks: radi|ology
Pronunciation: /reɪdɪˈɒlədʒi/

Definition of radiology in English:

noun

[mass noun]
The science dealing with X-rays and other high-energy radiation, especially the use of such radiation for the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Example sentences
  • This article describes some of these applications in radiology and cardiology and discusses the potential of microbubbles for therapy.
  • Experts in anaesthesiology, pathology, gynaecology and radiology are particularly in demand.
  • They also went round the departments of radiology, nuclear medicine and cath lab.

Derivatives

radiologic

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Pronunciation: /reɪdɪɒləˈlɒdʒɪk/
adjective
Example sentences
  • The history, physical examination and radiologic evaluation should be adequate for determining whether orthopedic referral is indicated.
  • MRI is the radiologic test of choice because it demonstrates most significant meniscal tears.
  • A detailed physical examination and radiologic workup failed to reveal a primary tumor elsewhere.

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