: An x-ray of blood vessels which can be seen because the patient receives an injection of dye to outline the vessels on the x-ray.
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Radiograph obtained by angiography. [angio- + G. gramma, a writing]
- projection a. a digital a., such as in computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging, reconstructed by computer to appear as does a radiographic a..

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an·gio·gram 'an-jē-ə-.gram n
1) a radiograph made by angiography
2) angiography

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an·gio·gram (anґje-o-gram″) a radiograph of blood vessels taken during angiography.

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