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1. A device for producing a scintigram; a scintiscanner.

scin′ti·graph′ic adj.
scin′ti·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
scin·tig′ra·phy (sĭn-tĭg′rə-fē) n.
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No abnormal findings were seen in the PA pulmonary radiograph, abdominal pelvic ultrasonograph (USG), or bone scintigraph. No pathology was determined by routine biochemistry.
There are studies demonstrating that sub-laminar vasodilation occurs early in the development of the disease, which is associated to the temperature increase and blood flow in laminar tissue (POLLITT& DAVIES, 1998) proven by scintigraph (TROUT et al., 1990), suggesting that increase of irrigation in laminar tissue might contribute to the failure of interdigitations.
We did a scintigraph [bone scan] and you could see it."