angiograph

angiograph

[an′jē·əgraf]
Etymology: Gk, angeion, vessel, graphein, to record
an instrument that records the patterns of pulse waves inside blood vessels. See also sphygmograph.

an·gi·o·graph

(ańjē-ō-graf)
A radiographic image of a blood vessel that is obtained through injection of a contract dye.

angiograph

(an′jē-ŏ-graf″) [ angio- + -graph]
A kind of sphygmograph.

angiograph

a radiological demonstration of a blood vessel using a contrast medium. See angiography.
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It is also planned to buy angiograph which costs around $2 million, to buy other equipment for maternity hospitals," the Health Minister explained.
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