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radiodense

 [ra´de-o-dens″]
radiopaque.

ra·di·o·paque

(rā'dē-ō-pāk'),
Exhibiting relative opacity to, or impenetrability by, x-rays or any other form of radiation. Compare: radiolucent.
Synonym(s): radiodense
[radio- + Fr. opaque fr. L. opacus, shady]

ra·di·o·paque

(rā'dē-ō-pāk')
Exhibiting relative opacity to, or impenetrability by, x-rays or any other form of radiation.
Compare: radiolucent
Synonym(s): radiodense.
[radio- + Fr. opaque fr. L. opacus, shady]

radiodense

radiopaque.
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By providing greater diagnostic certainty in mammographically ambiguous cases and better image quality in women with radiodense breasts, adjunctive technologies are holding out hope that the breast cancer death rate can be reduced even more than it has since the introduction of mammography," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Antonio Garcia.
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The presence of a small radiodense lesion in the left foot was detected by on an indium-111 (In-111) OctreoScan (Covidien, Hazelwood, MO), which indicated the possibility of a tumor (Figure 2).
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A radiodense marker is still applied to the outside of the cassette by the technologist to identify the side of the body displayed; and the marking can be erroneous.