Translation of radiography in Spanish:

radiography

radiografía, n.

Pronunciation /ˌreɪdiˈɑɡrəfi//ˌreɪdɪˈɒɡrəfi/

noun

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    radiografía feminine
    • Examination showed subconjunctival and subcutaneous emphysema, and radiography confirmed the presence of an orbital ‘blowout’ fracture.
    • Ultrasonography and radiography are equally effective imaging studies for detecting developmental dysplasia of the hip in infants four to six months of age.
    • Plain radiography and ultrasonography may be needed to show the presence of an effusion.
    • The diagnosis may be confirmed with plain radiography, computed tomography, or endoscopy.
    • Typically, spines and stingers are radiopaque, so radiography or ultrasonography may be used to locate any remaining pieces.
    • Health professionals in radiography, pharmacy and medical sciences are also on the company's books.
    • Standard practice included plain radiography and, if appropriate, ultrasonography, computed tomography, and fluoroscopic investigations.
    • After a careful history and examination, electrocardiography and chest radiography are first line investigations.
    • If this method is unsuccessful, radiography or ultrasonography may be used to locate the IUD.
    • I have immediate family and friends who are and were in the medical profession: GP's, surgery, nursing, radiography, anaesthetics who every day see the ill effects.
    • The tumour is often visible with basic radiological techniques such as chest radiography and abdominal ultrasonography.
    • In these respects, MRI is superior to ultrasonography or plain-film radiography in detecting tissue inflammation and necrosis.
    • We used plain radiography or computed tomography to diagnose pneumonia.
    • The diagnosis of the acute and chronic forms is made by measuring blood enzymes and by performing abdominal computed tomography, radiography, and ultrasound examinations.
    • Photodynamic cancer therapy has advantages over surgery, radiography and chemotherapy because there are no life-threatening side effects involved with the therapy.
    • Prophylactic cholecystectomy is therefore not recommended when stones are discovered incidentally by radiography or ultrasonography during the investigation of other symptoms.
    • Specialised nurses examine patients referred from general practitioners, paediatricians, and other orthopaedic consultants and use radiography and ultrasonography as indicated.
    • Conflicting findings have been found concerning patient satisfaction and referral for radiography, and one study found that providing a patient with a diagnostic label increased patient satisfaction.
    • For instance, spinal radiography, computed tomography, barium enemas, and angiography expose our patients to higher doses of radiation than we might think.
    • Investigations such as blood tests and radiography are important tools for the making correct diagnoses.