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cardiogram

 [kahr´de-o-gram″]
a tracing of a cardiac event produced by cardiography; see also electrocardiogram.
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car·di·o·gram

(kar'dē-ō-gram),
1. The graphic tracing made by the stylet of a cardiograph.
2. Generally used for any recording derived from the heart, with such prefixes as apex-, echo-, electro-, phono-, or vector- being understood.
[cardio- + G. gramma, a diagram]
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cardiogram

(kär′dē-ə-grăm′)
n.
1. The curve traced by a cardiograph, used in the diagnosis of heart disorders.
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–cardiogram

suffix A recording of cardiac activity, as in apex cardiogram, Doppler echocardiogram, echocardiogram, electrocardiogram, phonocardiogram, vectorcardiogram
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car·di·o·gram

(kahr'dē-ō-gram)
1. The graphic tracing made by the stylet of a cardiograph.
2. Any recording derived from the heart, with such prefixes as apex-, echo-, electro-, phono-,or vector- being understood.
[cardio- + G.gramma, a diagram]
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cardiogram

See ELECTROCARDIOGRAM.
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