Associated words: fluoroscope, fluoroscopy, cryptoscopy, cryptoscope.
Fig. 220-A shows a fluoroscope that contains a screen covered with proper chemicals.
I could see the bones of my fingers as I held them up between the X-ray tube and the fluoroscope.
Subperiosteal hemorrhage may be clearly seen by means of the fluoroscope or in X-ray photographs (Figs. 16 and 17).
A device, invented by Edison and called the “fluoroscope,” was constructed on substantially the same principle.
The fluoroscope is the name given to a light-tight box closed at one end by a cardboard covered with these crystals (Fig. 421).
fluoroscope fluor·o·scope (flur'ə-skōp', flôr'-)
A device equipped with a fluorescent screen on which the internal structures of an optically opaque object, such as the human body, may be continuously viewed as shadowy images formed by the differential transmission of x-rays through the object. v. fluor·o·scoped, fluor·o·scop·ing, fluor·o·scopes
To examine the interior of a body with a fluoroscope.