Radarkymography



radarkymography ra·dar·ky·mog·ra·phy (rā’där-kī-mŏg’rə-fē)
n.
Video tracking of heart motion by means of image intensification and closed circuit television during fluoroscopy, enabling cardiac motion to be measured by reproducible linear graphic tracing.

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