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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishradiographyra‧di‧og‧ra‧phy /ˌreɪdiˈɒɡrəfi $ -ˈɑːɡ-/ noun [uncountable]  MHthe taking of X-ray photographs of the inside of people’s bodies for medical purposes
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radiographyStone number and diameter were assessed by radiography.The position of the tube was repeatedly controlled by radiography.All faeces were collected, the times recorded, and the markers determined by radiography.The diagnosis was confirmed in all 11 patients by contrast radiography and by antroduodenal manometry performed in a manner previously described.Osteonecrosis often begins insidiously and is difficult or impossible to diagnose with conventional radiography and computed tomography in the early stages.Upper gastrointestinal radiography was performed in 42 patients and endoscopy with biopsy specimens in 48 patients.Plain radiography, with its superior spatial resolution, remains a key investigation in the initial diagnosis of a primary bone tumour.Large nodules may be detected by lateral thoracic radiography.
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