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encephalography - roentgenography of the brain after spinal fluid has been replaced by a gas (usually oxygen); produces an encephalogram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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