Origin and Etymology of kymograph
Greek kyma wave + International Scientific Vocabulary -graph — more at cyme
First Known Use: 1872
Medical Definition of kymograph
: a device which graphically records motion or pressure; especially : a recording device including an electric motor or clockwork that drives a usually slowly revolving drum which carries a roll of plain or smoked paper and also having an arrangement for tracing on the paper by means of a stylus a graphic record of motion or pressure (as of the organs of speech, blood pressure, or respiration) often in relation to particular intervals of time
kymography\kī-ˈmäg-rə-fē\play noun plural
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