roentgenography

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roent·gen·og·ra·phy

 (rĕnt′gə-nŏg′rə-fē, -jə-, rŭnt′-)
n.
Photography with the use of x-rays.

roent′gen·o·graph′ic (-gə-nə-grăf′ĭk, -jə-) adj.
roent′gen·o·graph′ic·al·ly adv.

roentgenography

(ˌrɒntɡənˈɒɡrəfɪ; ˌrɒntjənˈɒɡrəfɪ; ˌrɛntɡənˈɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Medicine) the production of X-ray images using radiography

roentgenography, röntgenography

x-ray photography.
See also: Photography, Radiation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roentgenography - radiography that uses X-rays to produce a roentgenogramroentgenography - radiography that uses X-rays to produce a roentgenogram
diagnostic procedure, diagnostic technique - a procedure followed in making a medical diagnosis
radiography - photography that uses other kinds of radiation than visible light
angiography - roentgenographic examination of blood vessels after injection of a radiopaque contrast medium; produces an angiogram
arthrography - roentgenographic examination of a joint after injection of radiopaque contrast medium; produces an arthrogram
cholangiography - roentgenographic examination of the bile ducts after a contrast medium has been injected
encephalography - roentgenography of the brain after spinal fluid has been replaced by a gas (usually oxygen); produces an encephalogram
myelography - roentgenography of the spinal cord to detect possible lesions (usually after injection of a contrast medium into the subarachnoid space)
pyelography - roentgenography of the kidney and ureters (usually after injection with a radiopaque dye)
Translations

roent·gen·og·ra·phy

n. radiografía.
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1) It was first described by Rokitansky in 1844 and was first demonstrated by Schuller roentgenographically in 1911.
Respiratory rate and signs in roentgenographically confirmed pneumonia among children in China.
In minority of cases, antigen concentration in the primary complex, consisting of the initial pulmonary focus (the Ghon focus ) and the draining regional nodes, will have reached sufficient size that hypersensitivity results in necrosis and roentgenographically visible calcification, producing the Ranke complex ( parenchymal and mediastnal calcific foci).