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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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A lateral radiograph of thoraco-abdominal region showed a metallic foreign body seen piercing the diaphragm into the thoracic cavity.
The PLCO findings, which were published simultaneously with their presentation at CHEST 2011, not only facilitate interpretation of the NLST results, but also "provide important information about the benefits and harms of annual chest radiographic screening," the investigators said, noting that although there were some modest differences between the PLCO and NLST cohorts, "it seems reasonable to consider the chest radiograph vs.
The original radiographs might fail to reveal the scaphoid fracture and the patient is discharged.
In the current study, we utilized a method of measuring acetabular component position on the Danelius-Miller (16) lateral radiograph, applying the ischial tuberosity as an anatomic reference point and comparing the measurement variability of this method to the horizontal film edge reference method of Woo and Morrey.
Another common problem dental assistants face when taking anterior radiographs are torus palatinus and torus mandibularis.
A cross-sectional descriptive study was performed, 500 digital panoramic radiographs (ratio 1:1) taken in March of 2015 at the Dental Assisting Teaching Clinic, Dental School, Universidad de La Frontera (Temuco, Chile) were analyzed.
Caption: Graph 4: Gender and experience-wise % population using periapical radiograph and the reason for its usage
The subjects with previous history of trauma to the mandible, orthodontic treatment, pathological jaw lesions and low quality radiographs were not included in the study.
The study consisted of hand-wrist and cephalometric radiographs of 324 subjects (167 girls, 157 boys; age range, 7.
4% of the cases, the score for the gold standard was higher (more root-filling material left in the canal) than that for the radiograph, whereas the score was higher for the radiograph in 2.
Aim of the study is to evaluate the usefulness of plain radiographs in the diagnosis and localisation of foreign bodies in the gastrointestinal tract.
Each observer interpreted each panoramic radiograph individually, this followed a discussion of each image between the two observers.