historadiography

historadiography
Radiography of tissue, specifically microscopic sections; usually microradiography.

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his·to·ra·di·og·ra·phy .his-tō-.rā-dē-'äg-rə-fē n, pl -phies microradiography of plant or animal tissue
his·to·ra·dio·graph·ic -dē-ə-'graf-ik adj

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his·to·ra·di·og·ra·phy (his″to-ra″de-ogґrə-fe) [histo- + radiography] radiography of microscopic sections of tissue.

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