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thermogram

 [ther´mo-gram]
1. a graphic record of temperature variations.
2. the visual record obtained by thermography; called also thermograph.

ther·mo·gram

(ther'mō-gram),
1. A regional temperature map of the surface of a part of the body, obtained by an infrared sensing device; it measures radiant heat, and thus subcutaneous blood flow, if the environment is constant.
2. The record made by a thermograph.
[thermo- + G. gramma, a writing]

thermogram

/ther·mo·gram/ (ther´mo-gram)
1. a graphic record of temperature variations.
2. the visual record obtained by thermography.

thermogram

(thûr′mə-grăm′)
n.
A record made by a thermograph.

ther·mo·gram

(thĕr'mō-gram)
1. A regional temperature map of the surface of a part of the body, obtained by infrared sensing device; it measures radiant heat, and thus subcutaneous blood flow, if the environment is constant.
2. The record made by a thermograph.
[thermo- + G. gramma, a writing]

thermogram (therˑ·m·gram),

n visual record obtained by using infrared technology that shows patterns of radiated heat from the body's surface. “Hot spots” correlate with the development of tumors and other disorders.

thermogram

1. a graphic record of temperature variations.
2. the visual record obtained by thermography.
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