X-ray picture

NOUN
  1. a radiogram made by exposing photographic film to X rays; used in medical diagnosis
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  • PALCA: The X-ray pictures of the particular block copolymer Bates was studying - and in case you're interested, it was a mix of poly isoprene and poly lactide and poly styrene, poly isoprene and poly ethylene oxide anyway, those X-ray pictures suggested something unusual was going on. Molecular Mimicry: Plastic, Steel Line Up Like Kin
  • By taking x-ray pictures while the kidneys are excreting the dye, the urologist can see any abnormalities in the outline of the urinary system.
  • More than 40 procedures have been performed in St. John's new hybrid room, which has a robotic surgery system and cutting-edge fluoroscopy machine that allows doctors to immediately view X-ray pictures taken of structures inside the body during an operation. Hybrid operating rooms pull double duty at hospitals
  • X-ray pictures of the abdomen can then show what is going on inside the bowel.
  • The paper introduces related research on judging age by X-ray picture of forensic anthropology from fusion time of stem epiphyseal and the change of humerus marrow cavity respectively.
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