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See also: röntgenogram


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From Röntgen +‎ -o- +‎ -gram, named after Wilhelm Röntgen.


roentgenogram (plural roentgenograms)

  1. An X-ray image.


roentgenogram (third-person singular simple present roentgenograms, present participle roentgenogramming, simple past and past participle roentgenogrammed)

  1. (transitive) To take an X-ray image of; to X-ray.
    • 1917 July 15, “The Removal of Stones in the Kidney”, in The Therapeutic Gazette, volume 41 (Whole Series), 33 (Third Series), number 7, Detroit, Mich., page 517:
      Careful examination at the time of operation should be made to exclude this error, and moreover the patient should be roentgenogrammed before discharge from the clinic.