radio-transparent

radiotransparent

[rey-dee-oh-trans-pair-uhnt, -par-]
noun
transparent to radiation; invisible in x-ray photographs and under fluoroscopy (opposed to radiopaque ).
Compare radiolucent.


Origin:
radio- + transparent

radiotransparency, noun
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radiotransparent ra·di·o·trans·par·ent (rā'dē-ō-trāns-pâr'ənt, -pār'-)
adj.
Allowing transmission of radiant energy.

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