Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to radiography; related to the production of images on a sensitized plate by means of X-rays or the rays from radioactive substances.
- adj. Of or pertaining to radiography
- adj. relating to or produced by radiography
“Your child should not have certain radiographic contrast media 24 hours prior to the exam.”
“At the recent ACR or American College of Rheumatology meeting, we presented data across the rheumatology indications including long-term radiographic inhibition data.”
“Success was defined as radiographic evidence that the implant or treated tooth was still present in the mouth and there were no signs or symptoms requiring intervention during the follow-up treatment period.”
“The primary purposes of the new AAO-HNSF guideline, for patients 18 years and older, are to improve quality of care and outcomes for BPPV by improving the accurate and efficient diagnosis of the condition, reducing the inappropriate use of suppressant medications, decreasing the inappropriate use of ancillary tests such as radiographic imaging and vestibular testing, and to promote the use of effective repositioning maneuvers for treatment.”
“Focusing on 'time to event end-points,' such as radiographic progression of disease in prostate cancer, may aid in determining which therapeutic drugs move onto Phase III development.”
“Medical records containing radiographic scans or genomic data for cancer research are transferred from corporate offices and university connections over the long-haul network.”
“Not being sedated and is or is not receiving radiographic contrast, then there are no special preparations for your child to follow.”
“If your child has a noted allergy to radiographic contrast, additional preparations may be necessary.”
“Your child should not receive radiographic contrast agents 2 to 4 weeks prior to the scan.”
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