isogravimetric (not comparable)
- (anatomy, of an organ) having a constant weight
- 1974, David G. Reynolds, Kenneth G. Swan, The Splanchnic Circulation in Shock, page 78:
- We regulate the arterial inflow line and the venous outflow line back and forth until we have an isogravimetric or constant weight system.
- 2012, Stefan Uhlig, Aubrey E. Taylor, Methods in Pulmonary Research, Birkhäuser, →ISBN, page 179:
- In an isogravimetric (not losing or gaining weight) isolated perfused lung, pulmonary arterial and venous pressures, and pulmonary blood flow are measured.
- 1978, Norman C. Staub, Lung Water and Solute Exchange, →ISBN:
- The basic assumption made in determining an isogravimetric microvascular pressure is that the organ is in an isogravimetric state, neither gaining nor losing weight.