splenoportography sple·no·por·tog·ra·phy (splē’nō-pôr-tŏg’rə-fē)
X-ray visualization of the portal circulation that uses radiopaque material introduced into the spleen.
sple’no·por’to·gram’ (-pôr’tə-grām’) n.


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