aortography


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aortography

[‚ā‚ȯr′tä·grə·fē]
(medicine)
Radiography of the aorta through a radiopaque dye injection.
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As our studies have shown, this can improve opacification of the renal arteries and abdominal aorta during flush abdominal aortography procedures," said Hobbs.
Both our patients had severe aortic stenosis and were regarded as high anaesthetic risk for sudden death, therefore CT aortography was chosen as the modality of choice.
Aortography was the study that established the diagnosis in most cases reported before the development and widespread use of newer imaging methods.
Aortography and echocardiography revealed complete closure of the rupture site of the aneurysm with no aortic regurgitation (Fig.
Imaging modalities useful in the diagnosis and characterization of aortic aneurysms Duplex and color Doppler sonography Echocardiography and transesophageal echocardiography Contrast-enhanced CT and spiral CT/CTA Thoracic and abdominal aortography Digital subtraction angiography Magnetic resonance imaging and angiography CT = computed tomography; CTA = CT angiography Table 2.
36) Furthermore, 33% of patients having abdominal aortography for either peripheral vascular disease or aortic aneurysm were found to have clinically unsuspected RAS.
On aortography, coarctation of the aorta and severe obstruction distal to the subclavian artery were detected (Fig.
Aortography, coronary angiography, echocar-diography and 3-D computed tomography were performed before the operation, and all demonstrated a typical hour-glass type stenosis just above the aortic valve (Fig.