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radiostereoscopy

Pronunciation: ra'de-o-ster'e-os'ko-pe

Definition: Simultaneous viewing of two radiographs made in slightly different projections, usually with a device that reflects the image of one on each eye, allowing three-dimensional visualization of an object in relation to others.

See: stereoradiography, stereoscope

[radio- + G. stereos, solid, + skopeo, to view]

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