angiogram

noun
an·​gio·​gram | \ ˈan-jē-ə-ˌgram How to pronounce angiogram (audio) \

Definition of angiogram

1 : a radiograph made by angiography

Examples of angiogram in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Spasm can be definitively diagnosed by an EKG during the spasm, or by seeing the spasm during an angiogram. Dr. Keith Roach, oregonlive, 15 Nov. 2021 Since 2000, the doctors have done six angiogram procedures. Dr. Keith Roach, oregonlive, 15 Nov. 2021 Lawrence submitted to a series of scans before and after the Conquer 100, including a CT angiogram and a stress test. Julie Jag, The Salt Lake Tribune, 21 June 2021 Without this technology, doctors would need to perform an invasive angiogram to decide whether and how to intervene. Daniel E. Hurtado, Scientific American, 10 Nov. 2020 Like the veins and arteries of a patient highlighted by an angiogram, the money’s crooked pathways illuminated the bloodstream of a corrupt world and the lengths to which its beneficiaries were prepared to go to protect themselves and their gains. Andrew Cockburn, Harper's Magazine, 27 Apr. 2020 When Metwally mentioned his history and symptoms he was taken to a private room for an exam that revealed an acute myocardial infarction, requiring an angiogram in the catheterization lab, all within 45 minutes. Sam Whiting, SFChronicle.com, 23 Apr. 2020 Furniss began occupational and physical therapy on Thursday and is scheduled to undergo an angiogram on Monday. Mike Digiovanna, Los Angeles Times, 3 Apr. 2020 The others were treated as many people with abnormal stress tests are now: They were taken to cardiac catheterization labs for angiograms. BostonGlobe.com, 17 Nov. 2019

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First Known Use of angiogram

1932, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for angiogram

angio- + -gram

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“Angiogram.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/angiogram. Accessed 16 Jan. 2022.

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angiogram

noun
an·​gio·​gram | \ ˈan-jē-ə-ˌgram How to pronounce angiogram (audio) \

Medical Definition of angiogram

1 : a radiograph made by angiography

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