scanogram

scan·o·gram

(skan'ō-gram),
A radiographic technique used for showing true dimensions by moving a narrow orthogonal beam of x-rays along the length of the structure being measured, for example, the lower extremities.
[scan- + G. gramma, something written]

scan·o·gram

(skan'ō-gram)
A radiographic technique for showing true dimensions by moving a narrow orthogonal beam of x-rays along the length of the structure being measured, e.g., the lower extremities.
[scan- + G. gramma, something written]
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Scanogram shows distended bowel with haustra oriented vertically at the epigastrium, and measuring > 9 cm in diameter.
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Featuring selected works from his series Lydd Ruins, The Monayer Family, The Nation's Groves, SABIR, and Scanograms, the exhibition will be the artist's most comprehensive to date and his first major museum show in the United States.