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Line breaks: radi|os¦copy
Pronunciation: /ˌreɪdɪˈɒskəpi

Definition of radioscopy in English:


[mass noun] Physics
The examination by X-rays or similar radiation of objects opaque to light.



Pronunciation: /-əˈskɒpɪk/
Example sentences
  • The angle between the costal fibers of the left diaphragm and the rib cage was measured under radioscopic examination with a goniometer.
  • Till now we had the radioscopic pictures (with the help of a dye) of the pancreas.
  • Right after chest wall closure, the lungs underwent radioscopic examination in an attempt to identify the presence of pneumothorax or any other undesirable alteration.

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