Definitions for x-radiationˈɛksˌreɪ diˈeɪ ʃən
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X ray, X-ray, X-radiation, roentgen ray(noun)
electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength produced when high-speed electrons strike a solid target
obtaining images by the use of X rays
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I felt nothing—just some mild itching, i much prefer radiation to having something dug out of my nose with a scalpel.
In the end, the most important thing that individuals can do to reduce their risk of melanoma is to reduce sun and UV radiation exposure.
A gazelle runs faster than us; cockroaches are remarkably tolerant of radiation; every being has some superiority; in remembering this, be very humble!
If we personalize treatment according to the radiation dose delivered to the tumor, then we should have a better outcome, i think it will have a huge impact.
If we personalise treatment according to the radiation dose delivered to the tumour, then we should have a better outcome, i think it will have a huge impact.
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