Microplethysmography



microplethysmography mi·cro·pleth·ys·mog·ra·phy (mī’krō-plěth’ĭz-mŏg’rə-fē)
n.
The technique of measuring and recording minute changes in the size of a limb or organ as a result of the volume of blood flowing into and out of it.

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