Portography



portography por·tog·ra·phy (pôr-tŏg’rə-fē)
n.
X-ray visualization of the portal circulation using radiopaque material introduced into the spleen or into the portal vein.

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  • Portolani

    [pawr-tl-ah-noh, pohr-] /ˌpɔr tlˈɑ noʊ, ˌpoʊr-/ noun, plural portolanos, portolani [pawr-tl-ah-nee, pohr-] /ˌpɔr tlˈɑ ni, ˌpoʊr-/ (Show IPA) 1. a descriptive atlas of the Middle Ages, giving sailing directions and providing charts showing rhumb lines and the location of ports and various coastal features.

  • Portolano

    [pawr-tl-ah-noh, pohr-] /ˌpɔr tlˈɑ noʊ, ˌpoʊr-/ noun, plural portolanos, portolani [pawr-tl-ah-nee, pohr-] /ˌpɔr tlˈɑ ni, ˌpoʊr-/ (Show IPA) 1. a descriptive atlas of the Middle Ages, giving sailing directions and providing charts showing rhumb lines and the location of ports and various coastal features.



  • Port-au-Prince

    [pawrt-oh-prins, pohrt-; French pawr-toh-prans] /ˌpɔrt oʊˈprɪns, ˌpoʊrt-; French pɔr toʊˈprɛ̃s/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of Haiti, in the S part. [hey-tee] /ˈheɪ ti/ noun 1. Formerly Hayti. a republic in the West Indies occupying the W part of the island of Hispaniola. 10,714 sq. mi. (27,750 sq. km). Capital: Port-au-Prince. 2. […]

  • Portative

    [pawr-tuh-tiv, pohr-] /ˈpɔr tə tɪv, ˈpoʊr-/ adjective 1. capable of being carried; portable. 2. having or pertaining to the power or function of carrying. noun 3. Also called portative organ. a small portable pipe organ used especially during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. /ˈpɔːtətɪv/ adjective 1. a less common word for portable 2. concerned […]



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