Definition of Radiography

1. Noun. The process of making a radiograph; producing an image on a radiosensitive surface by radiation other than visible light.

Exact synonyms: Skiagraphy
Specialized synonyms: Autoradiography
Generic synonyms: Photography
Derivative terms: Radiographer, Radiographic



2. Noun. Photography that uses other kinds of radiation than visible light.
Generic synonyms: Photography, Picture Taking
Specialized synonyms: Roentgenography, X-ray Photography, Xeroradiography
Derivative terms: Radiographer, Radiographic

Definition of Radiography

1. n. Art or process of making radiographs.

Definition of Radiography

1. Noun. the process of making radiographs, and the science of analyzing them ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Radiography

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Medical Definition of Radiography

1. The making of film records (radiographs) of internal structures of the body by passage of X-rays or gamma rays through the body to act on specially sensitised film. Origin: Gr. Graphein = to write This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radiography

radiograms
radiograph
radiographed
radiographer
radiographers
radiographic
radiographic image enhancement
radiographic magnification
radiographic parallel line shadows
radiographically
radiographies
radiographing
radiographist
radiographists
radiographs
radiography (current term)
radiogravimetric
radiohafnium
radiohalo
radiohalogen
radiohalogenated
radiohalogenation
radiohalogenations
radiohalogens
radiohalos
radioheliograph
radioheliographs
radiohelium
radiohumeral
radiohumeral joint

Literary usage of Radiography

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1. Industrial Arts Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1914)
"radiography Some recent developments In radiography. HC Snook. II J Fr Inst 175:1-13 Ja '13 Radiometers Instruments anil methods used in radiome- try. ..."

2. X Rays by George William Clarkson Kaye (1918)
"Instantaneous radiography. It is a far cry from the prolonged exposures in the early days of X rays to the instantaneous work that is possible with modern ..."

3. American Journal of Roentgenology by American Radium Society (1921)
"BY GEORGE DOCK, MD 321 The Intensity of Scattered X-Rays. in radiography . . BY RB WILSEY 328 Remarks on the Measurement of Scattered Radiation 338 BY ..."

4. Proceedings of the Sixth Meeting of the Task Force on Shielding Aspects of by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"... EVENT GENERATOR BENCHMARKING FOR PROTON radiography APPLICATIONS Stepan G. Mashnik. ... programs to be used in simulations for the Proton radiography ..."

5. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"radiography of Metals BY WHEELER P. DAVEY, * SCHENECTADY, NY (San Francisco Meeting, September, 1915) IN an article in the General Electric Review, January, ..."

6. X Rays by George William Clarkson Kaye (1917)
"Instantaneous radiography. It is a far cry from the prolonged exposures in the early days of X rays to the instantaneous work that is possible with modern ..."

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