polytomography

polytomography

 [pol″e-to-mog´rah-fe]
tomography of tissue at several predetermined planes.

pol·y·to·mog·ra·phy

(pol'ē-tō-mog'ră-fē),
Body section radiography using a machine designed to effect complex hypocycloidal motion; images a thinner tissue plane than simple linear or circular tomography.

polytomography

/poly·to·mog·ra·phy/ (-to-mog´rah-fe) tomography of tissue at several predetermined planes.

pol·y·to·mog·ra·phy

(pol'ē-tŏ-mog'ră-fē)
Body section radiography using a machine designed to effect complex motion; images a thinner tissue plane compared with simple linear or circular tomography.

polytomography

tomography of tissue at several predetermined planes.
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Various authors have reported that variations were present in up to 20% of children with SNHL who were evaluated by plain-film polytomography (6) or CT.
Cervical myelography, polytomography, and computed tomography (CT) with intrathecal contrast have all been used to evaluate rheumatoid cervical spine pathologies.
Magnetic resonance imaging, with and without gadolinium enhancement, detected no abnormality, but polytomography of the temporal bones revealed evidence consistent with labyrinthine otosclerosis.