Nephrogram



nephrogram neph·ro·gram (něf’rə-grām’)
n.
A radiograph of the kidney following the intravenous injection of a radiopaque substance.
ne·phrog’ra·phy (nə-frŏg’rə-fē, ně-) n.

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