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tomogram

 [to´mo-gram]
an image of a tissue plane or slice produced by tomography.

to·mo·gram

(tō'mō-gram),
A radiograph obtained by tomography.
[G. tomos, a cutting (section) + gramma, a writing]

tomogram

/to·mo·gram/ (to´mo-gram) an image of a tissue section produced by tomography.

tomogram

[tō′məgram′]
Etymology: Gk, tome, section, gramma, record
a radiograph produced by tomography.

to·mo·gram

(tō'mŏ-gram)
A radiograph obtained by tomography.
[G. tomos, a cutting (section) + gramma, a writing]

tomogram

an image of a tissue plane or slice produced by tomography.
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