arteriogram


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arteriogram

[är′tir·ē·ə‚gram]
(medicine)
A roentgenogram of an artery after injection with radiopaque material.
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A repeat arteriogram along with cerebral view was done and wires and guide were removed.
Then if a significant arterial injury cannot be excluded, an arteriogram can be performed while the patient is still on the operating table so that prompt vascular repair may be carried out if needed.
Then, after successful recanalization of the left iliac arteries, a pigtail catheter was inserted over the wire into the distal abdominal aorta and a pelvic arteriogram was performed.
The patient evolved well from the clinical and laboratory standpoint but liver Doppler performed within the first postoperative hours and the follow-up arteriogram showed absence of arterial flow to the graft (Fig.
The equipment will be able to make high-quality body and limbs diagnostic arteriogram and endovascular treatments (eg.
A postprocedural arteriogram revealed adequate flow into the left internal iliac artery.
Patients with myocardial infarction and normal coronary arteriogram.
On reading the report from the angiography, I learned that Anna had undergone a diagnostic arteriogram using the right percutaneous femoral approach.
In this procedure, (2) under local anesthesia, a 5-F vascular sheath was inserted into the right common femoral artery after which arteriogram of bilateral internal iliac arteries was obtained to identify the uterine arteries on both sides as well as any other potential sites of bleeding.
Not only did I do the complete history and physical evaluation, but I also accompanied her for all the radiological studies that included renal arteriogram and IVP.
The patient undergoes an uncomplicated exploration, embolectomy and arteriogram but develops lung crackles and receives nebulizer treatments post-op.