• WordNet 3.6
    • n radiographer a person who makes radiographs
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n radiographer One who makes pictures by means of X-rays or who studies the action of such rays by the photographic method.
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In literature:

Every morning was appearing on the bulletin board the alarming news transmitted by radiograph.
"The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
He was already beginning to moan and to open his eyes, and the radiographer was not hurrying.
"The New Book Of Martyrs" by Georges Duhamel
Perhaps he has radiographic eyes, and sees through the opaque integument of a ground-sheet at one glance.
"Leaves from a Field Note-Book" by J. H. Morgan
This procedure necessitates the use of X-ray equipment and a technician skilled in making radiographs.
"The Science of Fingerprints" by Federal Bureau of Investigation
Young Maurice threatened to leave the paternal roof if he was to be so radiographed.
"The Revolt of the Angels" by Anatole France
A radiograph represents all the pigments underneath, also producing effects in proportion to their densities.
"The Social Gangster" by Arthur B. Reeve

In news:

A difficult diagnostic problem from the clinical and radiographic viewpoints is the evaluation of a patient with symptoms following spinal surgery.
The radiographer viewing the images will be able to get away from paper and just click on an icon and toolbars, and note what he sees in the image, and automatically populate an inspection report, "which is a beautiful thing," Kraai notes.
Toshiba America Medical Systems introduced the T.RAD Plus, the company's latest full-line offering of traditional radiographic systems.
Radiographic findings and radiotherapy response.
Chest radiographic films show bilateral infiltrates in the manner of a sandstorm .
Chest radiographic films show bilateral infiltrates in the manner of a sandstorm.
A chest radiograph showed no metastatic lesions (not shown).
For the study, the researchers used hip radiographs to evaluate 835 women and men, aged 55 and older, for indicators of acetabular dysplasia.
We retrospectively reviewed radiographs and assessed the effect of five factors on progression of scoliosis: sex, degree of spasticity , initial physical capability, pattern of spinal curve, and location of curve.
Radiographic and ultrasonic weld inspection.
Accurate and timely radiographic evaluation can be essential in preventing complications of small bowel volvulus .
Which of the following is the most common radiographic finding in the acute setting of this disease.
Bennett has been manufacturing and supplying the chiropractic profession with radiographic equipment for nearly 40 years.
Chest radiographic films show bilateral infiltrates in the manner of a sandstorm.
Brain sweaters , the work of London-based fashion designer and radiographer Brooke Roberts.

In science:

The images are X-ray radiographs at two times, 39.9 ns (left) and 66.0 ns (right).
On Validating an Astrophysical Simulation Code
Since most of the contrast comes from the 200 µm wide radiographic CH(Br) tracer layer, this contributes an additional 3.5% to the spatial uncertainty.
On Validating an Astrophysical Simulation Code
Both figures show a simulated radiograph at approximately the two times corresponding to the images from the experiment, 39.9 ns (left panel) and 66.0 ns (right panel).
On Validating an Astrophysical Simulation Code
The radiographs were created from the abundances of the three materials.
On Validating an Astrophysical Simulation Code
Comparison of the simulated radiographs to the radiographs from the experiment show that the simulations captured the bulk behavior of the materials, particularly the growth of Cu spikes and the development of C bubbles.
On Validating an Astrophysical Simulation Code