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CXR

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Christmas Island. The code is used for transactions to and from Christmas Islander bank accounts and for international shipping to Christmas Island. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The medical checks are required for visa renewals, and include blood tests and chest x-rays, among other procedures.
The company's ClearRead software enhances the expert skills of radiologists to improve patient outcomes using standard chest X-ray, without additional radiation dose or procedures for patients.
Only 40% of the patients had had a follow-up chest x-ray within 90 days, suggesting that the majority of Edmonton-area physicians were already skeptical about guideline-recommended routine postpneumonia radiography.
While not as widely used as mammography CAD, applications are making headway in chest X-ray.
More often, false-positives become apparent when patients have a follow-up CT scan or chest X-ray anywhere from a few months to a year later.
Riverain Medical, Dayton, Ohio, an industry leader and innovator in computer-aided detection (CAD) and diagnostic technologies, has received a Veterans Affairs contract for its OnGuard(TM) Chest X-ray CAD technology.
PUPILS and staff at a Coventry secondary school will be offered a chest X-ray and a skin test following an outbreak of tuberculosis.
The diagnosis of TB in someone who is HIV-positive can be problematic, particularly as the usual methods of smear culture and chest X-ray often don't work.
A chest x-ray performed in the emergency department was normal.
7) Participants were then asked to estimate a CT scan's radiation dose, compared to a chest X-ray.
The following morning we drove to the hospital about 10 am, the mother had a chest X-ray, an ECG and blood tests all by 12 noon
Mr Wood developed further persistent chest infections and, in November, he went for a second chest X-ray at St Luke's Hospital in Crosland Moor.