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Radiogram

A message sent between two or more amateur radio operators, with other radio operators acting as intermediaries. Radiograms are spoken with various headers so that each intermediary can transmit them to the next destination.
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Radiograms and stereograms were must-have accessories for newly-affluent folk in the 1960s.
For example, a rare Decca Decola radiogram from around 1947 sold online recently for PS2,500.
Diffuse bilateral interstitial pulmonary infiltrates were detected on chest radiograms, and the patient was treated with a macrolide antibiotic for presumed pneumonia.
Chest radiograms revealed atelectasis of RML without hilar lymphadenopathy.
And this jump from mechanical wind-up gramophones to electrically operated radiograms seemed to happen almost overnight.
And so, pounding from jukeboxes and Bush radios, box record players and radiograms, came hits like I'm Alive, I Can't Let Go, and Graham Gouldman's Bus Stop, which took 58 minutes to record.
In each group, the respective diagnosis was based on standard clinical evaluation techniques, including history, physical examination, plain radiograms, bone density, and laboratory measurements (see Table 1).
This module is ideal for medical applications such as the display of radiograms for the interpretation and diagnosis of health conditions.
Other criteria for exclusion were as follows: ankylosis due to AS detected on conventional radiograms, osteoarthritis or other pathological findings diagnosed during conventional radiography, history of prior bony infection, pelvic surgery, brucellosis, reactive arthritis, salmonellosis, or other inflammatory diseases.
They pushed huge old radiograms out on to the streets along with treasured 78 records - Vera Lynn, natch