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plethysmogram

[ pluh-thiz-muh-gram ]
/ pləˈθɪz məˌgræm /
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noun

the recording of a plethysmograph.

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Origin of plethysmogram

First recorded in 1890–95; see origin at plethysmograph, -gram1
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Medical definitions for plethysmogram

plethysmogram
[ plĕ-thĭzmə-grăm′ ]

n.

A record or tracing produced by a plethysmograph.
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