laminagraphy


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laminagraphy

 [lam″ĭ-nag´rah-fe]
a special technique of body-section roentgenography.

lam·i·nag·ra·phy

, laminography (lam'i-nog'ră-fē, lam'i-nog'ră-fē),
Radiographic technique in which the images of tissues above and below the plane of interest are blurred out by reciprocal movement of the x-ray tube and film holder, to show a specific area more clearly.
See also: tomography.
[lamina + G. graphē, a writing]

lam·i·nag·ra·phy

, laminography (lam'i-nag'ră-fē, -nog'ră-fē)
Radiographic technique in which the images of tissues above and below the plane of interest are blurred out by reciprocal movement of the x-ray tube and film holder, to show a specific area more clearly.
[G. lamina, layer. + G. graphē, a writing]

lam·i·nag·ra·phy

, laminography (lam'i-nag'ră-fē, -nog'ră-fē)
Radiographic technique in which the images of tissues above and below plane of interest are blurred out by reciprocal movement of x-ray tube and film holder, to clarify a specific area.
[G. lamina, layer. + G. graphē, a writing]
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