radiogram

[ rey-dee-oh-gram ]SEE DEFINITION OF radiogram
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She brought in the radiogram and put it on his desk before calling Pelham.

During the night of October 30th-31st, a radiogram, destined for President Wilson, was composed.

All that he could say had been said in that first radiogram that had set official Washington a-buzz.

In many cases it is only by the aid of a radiogram that an accurate diagnosis can be made (Fig. 25).

The patient complains of stiff neck and pain, and the lesion may be recognised in a radiogram.

It is important to remember, however, that in a radiogram an un-united epiphysis may simulate a fracture.

To avoid such mistakes, it is imperative that the quality of the radiogram secured should be the best possible.

A successful result in X-ray examination involves a clear understanding of the meaning of the radiogram produced.

Phleboliths sometimes form in such pouches, and may be recognised in a radiogram.

A radiogram shows a shadow in the muscle, attached at one part as a rule to the coronoid process.

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