[ spekt ]
/ spɛkt /
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single photon emission computed tomography: a technique for measuring brain function similar to PET.
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Origin of SPECT
First recorded in 1985–90
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How to use SPECT in a sentence
He sho' wuz a trigamist, an' ef the full truth wuz knowed I 'spects he wuz a quadrupler at the very least.Sundry Accounts|Irvin S. Cobb
Come, Leslie, it's your turn; and bein' you're so much interested, I 'spects to hear somethin' awful grand.The Ranger|Edward S. Ellis
Iss, I 'spects 'twill be wait 'fore my turn comes to be in a town for long.
"Ah 'spects yer kin, Missus," he pledged himself in a tone of conviction which made my heart leap.
Ah certainly 'spects it must be, sah; dar ain't no other town directly 'round dese parts.