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ra·di·o·log·ic

, radiological (rā'dē-ō-loj'ik, -loj'i-kăl),
Pertaining to radiology.

radiological

See radiology.

ra·di·o·log·ic

, radiological (rā'dē-ō-loj'ik, -i-kăl)
Pertaining to radiology.

radiological

pertaining to radiology.

radiological diagnosis
see radiological diagnosis.
mobile radiological apparatus
x-ray machines that can be moved but are not portable because of their weight. This is imposed because of the large transformer required to achieve the desired output.
portable radiological apparatus
can be carried because of the small transformer used. However, the exposure time is prolonged and the image is less clear. The machine is easily dismantled.
radiological technologist
a health care worker who is skilled in the theory and practice of the technical aspects of the use of x-rays and radioisotopes in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Radiological technologists can specialize in radiography, radiation therapy or nuclear medicine. See also radiographer, radiation therapist. Called also nuclear medicine technologist.
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Impact of Hib vaccine against radiologically confirmed pneumonia % Reduction Location (95% CI) Study type Bangladesh (2): 44 (16, 63) Case-control High estimate Bangladesh (2): 15 (-9, 33) Case-control Low estimate Brazil (13) 31 (-9, 57) Case-control Chile (14) 22 (-7, 43) Randomised control trial Gambia (15) 22 (2, 39) Randomised control trial Indonesia (3) -12 (-36, 8) Randomised control trial Global (16) 21 (3, 36) Meta-analysis Superscript numerals denote reference nos.
In addition, the significantly higher concentrations of urine S100B in IVH infants without radiologically apparent ventriculomegally or parenchymal lesions could reasonably be a biochemical marker indicating a subclinical lesion.
For example, instead of a guideline for the management of gallbladder disease, we may develop a requirement set for the patient between 20 and 50 years old, with symptomatic, radiologically proven cholelithiasis and with no co-existing disease.
They note that since outdoor exposures represent thebiggest radiation contribution (and outdoor levels decay with time), the period of continuous shelter before venturing out becomes much more important than how radiologically protective a shelter is.
The CB Test[TM] is non-invasive, simple to perform, involves no ionizing radiation and differs from other lung cancer "biomarkers" by focusing strictly upon characterization of a radiologically indeterminate lung mass.
Parotid lesions that would exhibit a cystic appearance radiologically include lymphangiomas, hemangiomas, Warthin tumors, low-grade mucoepidermoid carcinomas, and pleomorphic adenomas, as well as necrotic tissue within any malignant tumor.
Contract notice: Supply of radiologically active contract practices in Saxony-Anhalt with contrast agents
The sign is radiologically indistinguishable from post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders.
MM manifests clinically and radiologically with anemia, hypercalcemia, renal failure, and lytic lesions in bones (1).
A search of the literature finds 19 previous cases of surgically removed thoracoliths (1-8) and 12 radiologically diagnosed thoracoliths (9,10), all of which have been lone nodules.
He had presented 12 months previously for resection of a recurrent tumour and had recently developed a bile duct fistula which had been cannulated radiologically.
A broad spectrum of nonneoplastic conditions can radiologically and clinically mimic an intracranial neoplasm.

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