In many cases it is only by the aid of a radiogram that an accurate diagnosis can be made (Fig. 25).
She brought in the radiogram and put it on his desk before calling Pelham.
During the night of October 30th-31st, a radiogram, destined for President Wilson, was composed.
All that he could say had been said in that first radiogram that had set official Washington a-buzz.
Phleboliths sometimes form in such pouches, and may be recognised in a radiogram.
It is important to remember, however, that in a radiogram an un-united epiphysis may simulate a fracture.
The patient complains of stiff neck and pain, and the lesion may be recognised in a radiogram.
A radiogram shows a shadow in the muscle, attached at one part as a rule to the coronoid process.
To avoid such mistakes, it is imperative that the quality of the radiogram secured should be the best possible.
Finally, the sequestrum lies loose in a cavity lined by tuberculous granulation tissue, and is readily identified in a radiogram.
radiogram ra·di·o·gram (rā'dē-ō-grām')