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What is angio?

what is mean by angio?
Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Definition/Meaning: New Latin, from Greek angeio-, from angeion, vessel, blood vessel, diminutive of angos, vessel. In cardiovascular investigations it is used for Angiogram / Angiography.
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