Definition of Cardiograms

1. Noun. (plural of cardiogram) ¹



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Definition of Cardiograms

1. cardiogram [n] - See also: cardiogram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cardiograms

cardiodynia
cardioectomy
cardioesophageal
cardioesophageal junction
cardioesophageal relaxation
cardiofacial
cardiogenesis
cardiogenic
cardiogenic plate
cardiogenic shock
cardiogenol
cardiogram
cardiogramme
cardiogrammes
cardiograms (current term)
cardiograph
cardiographic
cardiographies
cardiographs
cardiography
cardiohemothrombus
cardiohepatic
cardiohepatic angle
cardiohepatic triangle
cardiohepatomegaly
cardioid
cardioid condenser
cardioid dark field condenser
cardioids

Literary usage of Cardiograms

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1. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1890)
"cardiograms FROM THE HUMAN HEART. BY HERCULES MACDONNELL, MD, Loath County Infirmary, Dundalk. THE cardiograms dealt with in this paper were obtained from a ..."

2. A Text book of physiology by Michael Foster (1894)
"46 we give two such cardiograms obtained by different methods, in Fig. ... cardiograms. The left-hand figure is from Roy and Adami. ..."

3. The Heart and the Aorta: Studies in Clinical Radiology by Henri Vaquez, Emile Bordet (1920)
"MAN 33 YEARS OF AGE Interpretation of cardiograms and comparison with percussion. In the great majority of cases the tracings obtained by percussion agree ..."

4. The Lettsomian lectures on the treatment of some of the forms of valvular by Arthur Ernest Sansom (1883)
"... not think we are justified in coming to a conclusion from observation of the sign alone, I consider that, by a judicious FIG. 17.—cardiograms in mitral ..."

5. Modern aspects of the circulation in health and disease by Carl John Wiggers (1915)
"Similar conclusions have been arrived at by Crehore who reported the details of cardiograms reconstructed from the micrograph interference bands. ..."

6. The Clinical Journal (1899)
"cardiograms being shown to support this statement, we are told that " the pen of ... Further, in the case of two cardiograms cited, no distinction is made ..."

7. Effect of Alcohol on Psycho-physiological Functions by Walter Richard Miles (1918)
"Fortunately, with much less limitation of the subject, electro-cardiograms giving a photographic record for accurate determination of heart rate can be ..."

8. The Journal of Medical Research by American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1907)
"It will be seen that there is a rise in all the esophageal cardiograms coincident with or a little before the beginning of ventricular systole. ..."

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