angiogram

[an-jee-uh-gram]

Origin of angiogram

First recorded in 1930–35; angio- + -gram1
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British Dictionary definitions for angiogram

angiogram

noun
  1. an X-ray picture obtained by angiography
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Word Origin and History for angiogram
n.

1933, from angio- + -gram.

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angiogram in Medicine

angiogram

[ănjē-ə-grăm′]
n.
  1. An angiographic x-ray of blood vessels used in diagnosing pathological conditions of the cardiovascular system.//An x-ray of one or more blood vessels produced by angiography and used in diagnosing pathology in the cardiovascular system, such as arteriosclerosis.
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angiogram in Science

angiogram

[ănjē-ə-grăm′]
  1. An x-ray of one or more blood vessels produced by angiography and used in diagnosing pathology in the cardiovascular system, such as arteriosclerosis.
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