radiopacity


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ra·di·o·paque

 (rā′dē-ō-pāk′)
adj.
Not allowing the passage of x-rays or other radiation.

ra′di·o·pac′i·ty (-ō-păs′ĭ-tē) n.
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Noun1.radiopacity - opacity to X-rays or other radiation
opacity - the phenomenon of not permitting the passage of electromagnetic radiation
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Anomet's clad-metal wire can include precious metal cores or claddings such as platinum for biocompatibility, gold for contact resistance, tantalum for radiopacity under fluoroscopy, and silver for conductivity.
for enhancing mechanical properties, radiopacity, and bioactivity [2-6].
The measurements were taken from the highest point of the alveolar ridge in the region selected to place the implants during the next phase to the point with evidence of radiopacity change in an apical direction inside the maxillary sinus (figures 1, 2, and 3).
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sup][13] The presence of foramina/canals was evaluated, again, on each radiographic film with/without the wire insertion (the radiopacity of the wire made the identification of the foramina easier).
4-6 It has good sealing characteristics, biocompatibility, bactericidal effects and radiopacity, and it can be set up in the presence of blood.
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2-6 Moreover, increasing the filler amount improves esthetics and imparts radiopacity, in addition to reduction of polymerization shrinkage and coefficient of thermal expansion.
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