Definition of tomogram in English:

tomogram

Syllabification: to·mo·gram
Pronunciation: /ˈtōməˌɡram
 
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noun

A record obtained by tomography.
More example sentences
  • This time, the computed tomogram showed an abscess at the site of the excised vascular anomaly.
  • The inflammatory events can be related to the presence or absence of airflow obstruction and to the presence of emphysema in computed tomograms of the lungs.
  • Six hundred and eight additional liver computed tomograms detected only one asymptomatic patient with liver metastases who might have benefited from liver resection.

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