Sphragistics



[sfruh-jis-tiks] /sfrəˈdʒɪs tɪks/
noun, (used with a singular verb)
1.
the scientific study of seals or signet rings.
sphragistics
/sfrəˈdʒɪstɪks/
noun
1.
(functioning as sing) the study of seals and signet rings

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  • Sphygmic

    adjective, Physiology, Medicine/Medical. 1. of or relating to the pulse. adjective 1. (physiol) of or relating to the pulse sphygmic sphyg·mic (sfĭg’mĭk) adj. Of or relating to the pulse.

  • Sphygmic interval

    sphygmic interval n. The period in the cardiac cycle when the semilunar valves are open and blood is ejected from the ventricles into the arterial system. Also called ejection period, sphygmic period.



  • Sphygmo-

    1. a combining form representing sphygmus, in compound words: sphygmometer. combining form 1. indicating the pulse: sphygmomanometer sphygmo- or sphygm- pref. Pulse: sphygmograph.

  • Sphygmochronograph

    sphygmochronograph sphyg·mo·chron·o·graph (sfĭg’mō-krŏn’ə-grāf’, -krō’nə-) n. A modified sphygmograph that graphically represents the time relations between the beat of the heart and the pulse.



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