Meaning of screenable in English:

screenable

adjective

See screen

‘The authors recommend that health care workers intensify outreach to women who have rarely or never been screened for cervical, breast, or colon cancer and other screenable diseases.’
  • ‘Nineteen studies were assessed for internal validity (including several forms of bias) and external validity (including losses from the screenable population).’
  • ‘The museum itself is fundamentally a long single-storey exhibition gallery, lit partly by large screenable glass windows.’