rotograph

rotograph

(ˈrəʊtəˌɡrɑːf)
n
a photograph, esp of a manuscript or book, which is printed white on black
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A definite highlight of this section is a magnificent monochrome head-and-shoulders portrait of Butcher Jim, a Ute, issued by the Rotograph Company of New York.
The cephalometric radiographic apparatus used was Villa Medical System (Rotograph EVO D), a digital panoramic and cephalometric system.
All the lateral cephalograms were taken by the same operator on Rotograph Plus at 80 kvp, 10 mA and 0.8-second exposure time using 8 x 10 inch Kodak green film with the patient's head in the natural head position.
For treated group, X-rays were carried out using a machine (Rotograph Plus, model MR05, regulated to 85 Kilovoltage (Kvp) and 10 miliamperage (mA) and exposure time of 0.5 s and for control the radiographs were obtained with equipment of brand Keleket set to 120 Kpv, 25 mA and exposure time of 0.3 s.
Conventional panoramic radiographs of all the patients were taken by means of an orthopantomograph machine (Rotograph plus, model MR05, CEI Bologna Italy with the magnification of x 1.2).
(5.) For Mullah Shah Badakhshi's biographical sketch, see: Tawakkul Beg, Nuskhah-i ahwal-i-shah.i (Persian MS., British Museum, 3203, Rotograph No.
The publisher is the Rotograph Company of New York, although the card is clearly related to the St Louis World's Fair series issued by Adolph Selige Publishing Company.
STANDARIZATION OF CEPHALOMETRIC TECHNIQUE AND ARMENTARIUM: a 8X10 Kodak green sensitive head film with intensifying screen with "ROTOGRAPH 230 EUR" by VILLA SYSTEM MEDICALI INDIA, advanced panaromic and cephalometric equipment manufactured in 1995 made in MILANO Italy was used.
All the lateral cephalograms were taken by the same operator on Rotograph Plus at 80 kvp, 10 mA and 0.8-second exposure time using 8 x10 inch Kodak green film with the patient's head in natural posture position.
(11) For a biographical sketch of Mullah Shah Badakhshi's lift and works see Tawakkul Beg's Sufi treatise, Nuskhah-i Ahwal-i-Shahi (Persian), MS British Museum, 3203, Rotograph (No.
All the lateral cephalograms were taken by the same trained operator on Rotograph Plus, cephalostat machine at 80 kvp, 10 mA and 0.8-second exposure time using 8 x10 inch Kodak green film with the patient's head in postural position.
The Lateral cephalogram of the patients were taken with Rotograph Plus at 80 kvp, 10 ma and 0.8-second exposure time using 8 x10 inch Kodak green film.