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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]
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Osteoblastic osteosarcoma classically presents as an ill-defined sclerotic, radiodense bony lesion in young patients.
Correlation with radiologic findings is important because desmoplastic fibroma is not osteogenic; therefore, the lesion should not be a radiodense mass.
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The radiodense foreign body can be easily diagnosed by plain radiography, however, presence of radiolucent foreign bodies in gastrointestinal tract can be confirmed by contrast radiography and ultrasonography.
Increased radiodensity and thickness of the descending aorta and a well-circumscribed radiodense pectoral mass between the distal part of the coracoid and the sternum were also observed (Fig 1).
IMAGING STUDIES: Calcium-containing stones are relatively radiodense, and they can often be detected by an x-ray abdomen KUB view film.
However, unlike osteoblastomas, which form expansile, partially calcified tumors, osteomas with osteoblastoma-like features form heavily ossified masses with a less radiodense center that tend to grow as intracavitary polypoid tumors.
Osteomas are radiodense b onylesions that are characterized by replacement of bone with fibrovascular fatty tissue.
Jamaican radiologists report the use of less radiodense packaging material such as pig intestines.
In addition, because of several inherent limitations of film as a recording device for a mammographic image, conventional screen-film mammography is limited in its ability to detect cancers in patients with radiodense breast tissue.
Animals were subjected for radiography and revealed radiodense mass in ventral neck region.
A chest X-ray was done which showed the presence of a radiodense lesion in the retrocardiac region suggesting pleural collection which on CT scan found to be pleural thickening.