Meaning of rheogram in English:

rheogram

Pronunciation /ˈriːə(ʊ)ɡram/

noun

(also reogram)
  • 1Physics
    Originally: a print showing the rate of elongation of cylinders of dough under the action of gravity. Later: a graph of shear stress against shear rate.

  • 2Medicine Physiology
    A record of a study of blood flow performed by rheography.

Origin

1930s. From rheo- + -gram.