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fluo·rog·ra·phy

 (flo͝o-rŏg′rə-fē, flô-, flō-)
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fluorography

(flʊəˈrɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Medicine) the photographic recording of fluoroscopic images
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pho•to•fluo•rog•ra•phy

(ˌfoʊ toʊ flʊˈrɒg rə fi, -flɔ-, -floʊ-)

n.
photography of images produced by a fluoroscopic examination, used in x-ray examination of the lungs of large groups of people.
[1940–45]
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Patients in the control group had fluorography testing.
The fluorography unit, installed in Osh TB dispensary, was released in 1979, the X-ray machine was produced in 1981, radiologist Suyunchubek Kochkorov said.
Sivananthan, "The design and imaging characteristics of dynamic, solid-state, flat-panel x-ray image detectors for digital fluoroscopy and fluorography," Clinical Radiology, vol.
(7) Measures to minimise the radiation to the ovaries include pulsed fluoroscopy (to decrease the radiation dose), avoidance of detailed fluorography and strict coning down to the catheter tip.
Immunoprecipitated proteins were separated by SDS-PAGE (9%) and detected by fluorography. Scanning laser densitometry of fluorographys was used to quantitate the alterations in LPL biosynthesis.
Reduction of dose by filtration in paediatric fluoroscopy and fluorography. [in French] Ann Radiol (Paris).
Gels were then prepared for fluorography according to Bonner and Laskey (1974), dried and exposed with Kodak X-Omat AR5 X-ray film at -- 80 [degrees] C.