Radiogram

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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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While interpreting chest radiographs, we believe that we are seeing true shadows of structures in the chest.
Taken together, these studies evaluated 621 patients and 104 chest radiographs showing abnormalities, leading to a prevalence rate of chest radiograph abnormalities of 16.
Procedures--Sets of radiographs were prospectively collected and evaluated for proper performance of various radiographic technical variables including exposure, collimation, positioning, inclusion of all appropriate views, presence of artifacts, radiation safety, and labeling.
Following these simple steps will result in a panoramic radiograph providing the best possible compliance from your patient and great diagnostic detail for the doctor.
Even if a radiograph results in DNA damage, the lifespan of a dog probably isn't long enough to see a detrimental outcome.
The overall accuracy of regional hospital trauma radiograph reporting by our cohort of radiographers is slightly higher than that achieved by UK radiographers who had no specific training in trauma reporting (93.
5) Seen on supine abdominal radiographs, it describes an oval radiolucency that resembles an American football.
Systematic, good clinical examination and proper radiographs should be carried out.
The PLCO findings not only facilitate interpretation of the NLST results, but also "provide important information about the benefits and harms of annual chest radiographic screening," the researchers said, noting that although there were some modest differences between the PLCO and NLST cohorts, "it seems reasonable to consider the chest radiograph vs.
Most of the injuries are detected by routine screening radiographs.
A preamputation radiograph taken within a month of surgery and a radiograph taken 1 month postamputation were both clear of HO.
Such a view has been referred to as a cross-table or a shoot-through lateral view that displays the hip and pelvis at 90[degrees] from the AP radiograph (Fig.