Definition of manometry in English:

manometry

noun

  • See manometer

    • ‘To decrease the risk of such postoperative complications, most surgeons currently require a preoperative manometry demonstrating a normal peristaltic function of the tubular esophagus.’
    • ‘Two other cases with Hirschsprung's disease were examined by manometry.’
    • ‘An esophageal manometry revealed a normal function of the upper and lower esophageal sphincters.’
    • ‘A manometry demonstrated simultaneous high-amplitude contractions in the tubular esophagus and a high resting pressure of the lower esophageal sphincter which did relax appropriately.’
    • ‘Endoscopy and manometry did not help to elucidate the cause.’

Pronunciation

manometry

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