Angiography sentence example
A special form of angiography used by eye doctors is called fluorescein angiography.
He is also best remembered by his older colleagues for his squeaky shoes and performing angiography dressed in a string vest and braces!
Coronary artery angioplasty and bypass before elective surgery 21 elective patients had coronary angiography.
The facility for coronary angiography is temporarily housed on the surgical day unit.
None were visible on main pulmonary artery angiography due to reversal of flow in the affected pulmonary artery branches.Advertisement
In patients undergoing peripheral angiography, there should be pulsation in the artery into which the X-ray contrast medium will be injected.
A subset of patients also had fluorescein angiography performed every 6 months.
Digital subtraction angiography For cardiac imaging the contrast medium may be administered intra-arterially by selective catheterisation to provide subtracted images.
One of these patients has a sac which has increased in size, the other 2 had distal implantation leaks at completion angiography.
Right heart angiography should be carried out only when absolutely indicated.Advertisement
Can magnetic resonance angiography and duplex ultrasonography replace contrast arteriography?
The use of a loading dose of clopidogrel in non-ST segment elevation ACS patients prior to angiography prolongs their bleeding time.
Diffuse or focal leakage can be identified by fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA ).
There are some ways of doing so-called ' non-invasive ' angiography, and these are improving all the time.
More invasive diagnostic procedures, such as angiography and cardiac catheterization, may be performed to show the type and severity of heart disease.Advertisement
A less common test used to diagnose renal vein thrombosis is renal venography, also called renal angiography, an x-ray examination of the renal veins after a contrast material (dye) has been injected.
During the catheterization, a long, slender tube called a catheter is inserted into a vein or artery and slowly directed to the blocked blood vessel, using x-ray guidance (angiography).
Using renal angiography, doctors pinpoint the precise location of the blockage and deliver the medication to that spot.
Some centers will use magnetic resonance angiography to help examine the arterial supply (blood supply) to your legs or arms.
This imaging technique is called angiography.Advertisement