radiographic angulation

ra·di·o·graph·ic an·gu·la·tion

(rādē-ō-grafik angyū-lāshŭn)
The angle between the central beam of x-rays and the surface of the film or sensor.
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It may be observed that qualitatively the frontal sinuses' morphology and the number of lobes and septa were constant in 5, within a total of eight different PA radiographic angulations (+10[degrees] to +40[degrees] and -10[degrees]), when compared to the standard PA radiograph (0[degrees]).