Consequently, the radiograph is projected upon the fluorescent screen and this image is then photographed by the camera.
It has installed a complete hospital, with 200 beds and a radiograph outfit.
It is easy, on the contrary, to work the glass in such a way as to prevent any irregularity in the radiograph.
That is the reason why the white shows through the bodice in the radiograph.
This is a case, though apparently simple, in which the radiograph was necessary for correct diagnosis without exploration.
These fragments were removed through an incision before the radiograph was made.
White spots above the ear, in the radiograph, probably indicate an excess of white lead used in retouching.
There was no abdominal reaction; the invasion of the abdomen was revealed by the radiograph.
In women we are able, with the help of a radiograph, to form an idea beforehand as to the degree of depression which may be left.
A radiograph represents all the pigments underneath, also producing effects in proportion to their densities.
radiograph ra·di·o·graph (rā'dē-ō-grāf')
An image produced on a radiosensitive surface, such as a photographic film, by radiation other than visible light, as by x-rays passed through an object.