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scanography

 [skan-og´rah-fe]
a method of making radiographs by the use of a narrow slit beneath the tube, so that, as the x-ray tube moves over the target, all the rays of the central beam pass through the part being radiographed at the same angle.
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Area measurements of the cranium defect were performed through scanography or direct X-rays obtained from the PACS software (Figures 1, 2).
Before the abdominal scanography that reported an image of a right suprarenal tumor with necrosis, pheochromocytoma was suspected and the administration of doxazosin at 4mg/day and bisoprolol at 1.5mg/day.
Lot 2 implementation of CQI scanography installation and training to the achievement of CQI of imaging equipment (scanner, dental radiology).
(20) Four different imaging methods have been used for detection and quantification of LLD: teleroentgenography; computed tomography; slit scanography; and orthoroentgenography.
When Applied Radiology (AR) made its first appearance in April 1972, the bi-monthly, hardcover journal contained two articles, "Leg Length Measurements by Scanography" and "The Case for and Against Licensing Radiologic Technologists," along with an editorial titled, "Bridging the Gap." You can also see that, even back then, the cover (Figure 1) of that first issue sported what continues today to be a hallmark of the journal, a veritable portrait of the beauty and artistry of medicine and medical imaging.
That's called "scanography." Either way, you can use a flatbed as a pleasurable printmaking device.
Mohammed Al Astad with Midnight (iron, rust and acrylic on canvas); Ebtisam Abdulaziz with Autobiography 07 (video installation); Maitha Demithan with Rashid bin Saeed (scanography); Mattar Bin Lahej with Depth & Speed (stainless steel sculpture); Jalal Luqman with The Hint of a Smile (mixed media); Najat Makki with Untitled (mixed media and acrylic on canvas); Dana Al Mazrouei with Reflection (acrylic 3D and acrylic paint); Shamsa Al Omaira with Diffused (graphite and acrylic on wood); Azza Al Qubaisi with "Signature Chair 1 (palm fronds); Hamdan Buti Al Shamsi with State of Mind (digital mixed media); Karima Al Shomaly with Emirati Burqa (acrylic on canvas) and Sumayyah Al Suwaidi with Feminine Delicacy (digital art).
The media used cover traditional and futuristic styles - from water colours to photography, scanography, painting, drawing, print-making, typography, among others.
The media used cover traditional and futuristic styles -- from water colours to photography, scanography, painting, drawing, print-making and typography, among others.
a bit of "scanography" in Paula Guhin's "That's Warped!" (page 31), and a collection of printmaking ideas in "Tried & True Tips for Art Teachers" (page 38).
There are several works in mixed media, including photo-art montages and experiments in scanography, print-making and typography.