Definition of Radiable

1. Adjective. Transparent to radiant energy, especially X-rays. Capable of being penetrated and examined by rays or waves. ¹



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Definition of Radiable

1. capable of radiating [adj]

Medical Definition of Radiable

1. Capable of being penetrated or examined by rays, especially by X-rays. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radiable

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radged
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radgepackets
radger
radges
radgest
radgie
radgie gadgie
radgie gadgies
radgies
radgin
radhakrishnaite
radi-ate-veined
radiability
radiable (current term)
radiad
radiaesthesia
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radial-ply
radial-ply tire
radial acceleration
radial arm saw
radial artery
radial asymmetry
radial bearing
radial border of forearm
radial canal

Literary usage of Radiable

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1. The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children (1916)
"... as it has been shown that recently extravasated blood is very radiable and only when the disease is well advanced and some organization of the clot has ..."

2. Living Anatomy and Pathology: The Diagnosis of Diseases in Early Life by the by Thomas Morgan Rotch (1910)
"... bone is seen a minute highly radiable carpal bone, probably the cuneiform, although this bone is usually not supposed to appear until the third year. ..."

3. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1902)
"The radiable pulse was not estimable; about 200 at the apex. Hypodermics of carbolic acid (gr. Ve) were administered every four hours. ..."

4. Diseases of the Bones and Joints: Clinical Studies by Joel Ernest Goldthwait (1909)
"lions of bi-urate of soda are clearly suggested by the X-ray, though the crystalline deposits are very radiable and are figured in Figure 257- Observation ..."

5. Radiotherapy and Phototherapy: Including Radium and High-frequency Currents by Charles Warrenne Allen, Milton Franklin, Samuel Stern (1904)
"A non-radiable box to include the tube is most urgently recommended to secure the necessary self-protection. Hahn has observed an intense conjunctivitis, ..."

6. Radium and Radio-active Substances: Their Application Especially to Medicine by Charles Baskerville (1905)
"... with an aluminum front and back of comparatively non-radiable metal which could be worn over a lupus or superficial cancer. ..."

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