angiography etymology

English word angiography comes from English -graphy, English angio- (Relating to blood vessels or lymph vessels.)

Detailed word origin of angiography

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-graphy English (eng) Represents something written or otherwise represented in the specified manner, or about a specified subject.
angio- English (eng) Relating to blood vessels or lymph vessels.
angiography English (eng) (medicine) A medical imaging technique in which an X-ray image is taken to visualize the inside of blood vessels and organs of the body, with particular interest in the arteries, veins and the heart chambers.

Words with the same origin as angiography

Descendants of -graphy
CDT CT adenography aerography bathygraphic chromatography cryptography crystallography dendrography enigmatography iconography lexicography mammogram oceanography quasar radiculography radio radio silence rheography splanchnography stenography tomography vasography zoography
Descendants of angio-
angiitis angioarchitecture angiocath angiogenesis angiogram angiograph angiokeratosis angiokinase angiolith angiolymphatic angioma angioneuromyoma angioneurosis angiooedema angioparalysis angioplasty angioprevention angiopreventive angioregulatory angiorrhexis angiospastic angiosporous angiostatic angiotomy angiotropic