Recent Examples of radiography from the Web
The curators took the egg to the Art Conservation Department at the State University of New York at Buffalo for a radiography — a technique that uses X-rays to see inside an object, the paper said.
As Science magazine’s Katie Langin explains, at the time, knowledge of this second painting was limited to X-ray radiography testing, which led researchers to attribute the mountain scene to Spanish-Uruguayan artist Joaquín Torres-García.
That's because it was found using muon radiography, a type of imaging that uses subatomic particles to peer through walls or solid structures.
There is no denying that without Dr. Maurice Coyle, Alaska might very well be in the dark ages of radiography.
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Definition of radiography for English Language Learners
medical : the process of taking a photograph of the inside of a person's body by using X-rays
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