radiological examination


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radiological examination

Examination by various means of visualizing body spaces and organs and their functions, e.g., by computed tomography, fluoroscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasonography, or related techniques.
See also: examination
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Form 1 comprised of socio-demographic data of patients, number of view in single radiological examination, types of radiological examination by months, nature of request for radiological examination, reasons for requesting radiological examination, completeness of request form by non-specialists health care providers and appropriate request of radiological examinations by type of radiological examination.
The wide variability of symptoms and rarity of occurrence render these tumors difficult to diagnose; many are discovered incidentally during radiological examination or at autopsy.
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Contract award: contrast agents for cardiac cath radiological examination of the cardiovascular system.
stimulate gastric emptying and intestinal transit of barium in cases where delayed emptying interferes with radiological examination of the stomach and/or small intestine.
Clinical and radiological examination revealed a tumor-like lesion of the mandible extending into the soft tissues, which on biopsy proved to be a desmoplastic fibroma.
9] However, the regular radiological examination increases the likelihood of detection and this must be considered in the interpretation of the 100-fold increased risk.
A frequency survey of radiological examination carried out in national health service hospitals in Great Britain in 1977 for diagnostic purposes.
One of the patients with NSCLC, who experienced stable disease, had tumor shrinkage as evidenced by radiological examination.
0 T, with a bore diameter of 70 cmmet the ability to perform for the inhomogeneity of the B1 corrections field, clinical radiological examination of all parts of the body of both adults and children who may be in the area where currently the 1.

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