phleborheography

phleborheography

/phlebo·rhe·og·ra·phy/ (-re-og´rah-fe) a technique employing a plethysphygmograph with cuffs applied to the abdomen, thigh, calf, and foot, for measuring venous volume changes in response to respiration and to compression of the foot or calf.

phleborheography

Plethysmography, see there.