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pneumoencephalogram

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  • noun An image produced by means of pneumoencephalography.

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  • noun an X ray of the brain made by replacing spinal fluid with a gas (usually oxygen) to improve contrast

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Examples

  • Prior to the invention of CT scanning, a pneumoencephalogram was the only diagnostic tool for the inner parts of the brain.

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  • Prior to the invention of CT scanning, a pneumoencephalogram was the only diagnostic tool for the inner parts of the brain.

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  • Prior to the invention of CT scanning, a pneumoencephalogram was the only diagnostic tool for the inner parts of the brain.

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  • Prior to the invention of CT scanning, a pneumoencephalogram was the only diagnostic tool for the inner parts of the brain.

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  • The procedure was a spinal tap and a pneumoencephalogram.

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  • The procedure was a spinal tap and a pneumoencephalogram.

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  • There, at a facility grounded in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, a team of physicians led by Dr. Eric Yuhl and Dr. Duke Hanna put the little girl through a battery of tests, culminating in a pneumoencephalogram.

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  • There, at a facility grounded in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, a team of physicians led by Dr. Eric Yuhl and Dr. Duke Hanna put the little girl through a battery of tests, culminating in a pneumoencephalogram.

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  • There, at a facility grounded in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, a team of physicians led by Dr. Eric Yuhl and Dr. Duke Hanna put the little girl through a battery of tests, culminating in a pneumoencephalogram.

    First Man

  • There, at a facility grounded in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, a team of physicians led by Dr. Eric Yuhl and Dr. Duke Hanna put the little girl through a battery of tests, culminating in a pneumoencephalogram.

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