radiography

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n radiography photography that uses other kinds of radiation than visible light
    • n radiography the process of making a radiograph; producing an image on a radiosensitive surface by radiation other than visible light
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n radiography Art or process of making radiographs, radiograms, or autoradiograms.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n radiography The production of images on sensitized plates by means of the X-rays or the rays from radioactive substances.
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Usage


In news:

Implementing a computed radiography program will help overcome economic and environmental challenges.
Researchers examine use of cosmic-ray radiography on damaged reactor cores.
Kohler/Zimmer, Borderlands of Normal and Early Pathologic Findings in Skeletal Radiography.
A common application of computed radiography for nondestructive examinations is profile shots for the in-service inspection of piping for erosion and corrosion.
Mosby's Radiography Online for Textbook of Radiographic Positioning & Related Anatomy (Text, User Guide, Access Code, Workbook Package).
Other variables associated with film radiography are not so directly under the dentist's control.
THE ADVANTAGES OF DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY .
Digital radiography systems provide the most effective way to manage x-ray variables in the dental office.
FSLH School of Radiography .
Computed Radiography at RSNA '96.
MC Strategies launches Mosby's Radiography .
At that time the 1988 Morenci Area High School graduate had only an associate's degree in radiography from Jackson Community College.
Previously, diagnosis relied on chest radiography and catheter angiography.
Radiography studies of the left tibia and fibula were obtained.
Chest radiography showed several areas of lung consolidation.
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In science:

L. J. Schultz, ‘‘Cosmic ray muon radiography,’’ Ph.D. thesis, Dept. Elect.
Detection and Imaging of High-Z Materials with a Muon Tomography Station Using GEM Detectors
L. J. Schultz, et al., ‘‘Image reconstruction and material discrimination via cosmic ray muon radiography,’’ Nucl.
Detection and Imaging of High-Z Materials with a Muon Tomography Station Using GEM Detectors
The experiment is observed side-on with hard X-ray radiography using a gated framing camera.
On Validating an Astrophysical Simulation Code
Notwithstanding the stability problems mentioned above, magnetrons have been used for many years to provide the r.f. power for linear accelerators used for radiotherapy and industrial radiography.
RF power generation
Also a high photon absorption efficiency is mandatory for radiography requiring the use of high-Z sensor materials like CdTe or CZT.
2D Detectors for Particle Physics and for Imaging Applications
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