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ar·te·ri·o·graph·ic

(ar-tēr'ē-ō-graf'ik),
Relating to or utilizing arteriography.

ar·te·ri·o·graph·ic

(ahr-tēr'ē-ō-graf'ik)
Relating to or using arteriography.

arteriography

(ar?ter-e-og'ra-fe) [ arterio- + -graphy]
1. A radiographic procedure for obtaining an arteriogram. See: angiography
2. A description of arteries.
arteriographic (-e-o-graf'ik), adjectivearteriographically (i-k(a-)le)
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