The graphic recording of the movement, or other function of the heart as a means of diagnosis
See Also: cardiogram, cardiograph

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  • cardiography — car di*og ra*phy, n. 1. Description of the heart. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. (Physiol.) Examination of heart activity using a cardiograph. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cardiography — cardiograph ► NOUN ▪ an instrument for recording heart muscle activity. DERIVATIVES cardiographer noun cardiography noun. ORIGIN from Greek kardia heart …   English terms dictionary

  • cardiography — noun see cardiograph …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cardiography — See cardiograph. * * * …   Universalium

  • cardiography — Use of the cardiograph. SEE ALSO: electrocardiography. ultrasonic c. SYN: echocardiography. ultrasound c. SYN: echocardiography. * * * car·di·og·ra·phy (kahr″de ogґrə fe) [cardio (1) + graphy] the technique of graphically recording… …   Medical dictionary

  • cardiography — n. recording of heart activity using a cardiograph …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cardiography — car·di·og·ra·phy …   English syllables

  • cardiography — noun diagnostic procedure consisting of recording the activity of the heart electronically with a cardiograph (and producing a cardiogram) • Syn: ↑electrocardiography • Hypernyms: ↑diagnostic procedure, ↑diagnostic technique * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Transesophageal echo cardiography — (TEEC) is a diagnostic procedure that involves feeding a small ultrasound device into a patient s esophagus to evaluate heart function. Since the esophagus is very close to the heart (left ventricle), there is less noise distortion and higher… …   Wikipedia

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