angiography

[an-jee-og-ruh-fee]

Origin of angiography

First recorded in 1720–30; angio- + -graphy
Related formsan·gi·o·graph·ic [an-jee-uh-graf-ik] /ˌæn dʒi əˈgræf ɪk/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for angiographic

angiography

noun
  1. a method of obtaining an X-ray of blood vessels by injecting into them a substance, such as one containing iodine, that shows up as opaque on an X-ray picture
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Word Origin and History for angiographic

angiography

n.

1731, from angio- + -graphy.

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angiographic in Medicine

angiography

[ăn′jē-ŏgrə-fē]
n.
  1. Examination of the blood vessels using x-rays following the injection of a radiopaque substance.
Related formsan′gi•o•graphic (-ə-grăfĭk) adj.
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angiographic in Science

angiography

[ăn′jē-ŏgrə-fē]
  1. Examination of the blood vessels using x-rays following the injection of a radiopaque substance.
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