radiotransparent

radiotransparent

 [ra″de-o-trans-par´ent]
radiolucent.
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ra·di·o·trans·par·ent

(rā'dē-ō-trans-par'ĕnt),
Allowing relatively free transmission of radiant energy. Compare: radiolucent.
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ra·di·o·trans·par·ent

(rā'dē-ō-trans-par'ĕnt)
Allowing relatively free transmission of radiant energy.
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