angiogram


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angiogram

[′an·jē·ə‚gram]
(medicine)
An x-ray photograph of blood vessels following injection of a radiopaque material.
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The report also revealed finances were a consideration in patients not being referred for an angiogram when they needed one.
Group 3: Patients with evidence of neurocranial injury on CT who had an abnormal angiogram (n = 9); and
After the 3-month angiogram 4 further patients died from unrelated medical problems.
On Christmas Eve, an angiogram was carried out to look inside her coronary arteries to see how severe the damage was and what further treatment was needed.
The doctors told methey won't give me an angiogram because I am too big.
Doctors decided as a further precaution that he should undergo an angiogram.
Mrs Nicol, from Christchurch, Dorset, is still waiting for her drug treatment to be prescribed while the letter and angiogram pictures are sent to her consultant at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital, in Dorset.
A subsequent angiogram found three arteries with major blockages.
Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) recordings from the tip of a catheter can be used to inspect the "inside" of a coronary artery with more accuracy than a coronary angiogram can provide.
Figure 1 states that this is a coronary angiogram showing left subclavian stenosis, and as anyone with vascular experience knows, this is a selective left subclavian angiogram and not a coronary angiogram showing the lesion.
Garcia: The CT scans can image the wall of the arteries, while the coronary angiogram only shows their lumen.