Meaning of radiographic in English:

radiographic

adjective

See radiograph

  • ‘As recommended by the researchers, consideration should be given to radiographic screening in these situations.’
  • ‘Our study found that clinical and radiographic findings were useful predictors of the etiology of one or more pulmonary nodules.’
  • ‘Many patients are asymptomatic, and the tumor is discovered only as an incidental radiographic or postmortem finding.’
  • ‘Correlation of radiographic evidence of degenerative joint changes and symptoms described by patients vary by joint.’
  • ‘The patient eats and drinks these foods while radiographic images are observed on a video monitor and recorded on videotape.’

Pronunciation

radiographic

/reɪdɪə(ʊ)ˈɡrafɪk/