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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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CT alone can be within normal limits so cerebral angiogram should be recommended in any patient with IE who exhibits mental status changes and/or neurological deficits (Ahmed, 2013; Allen et al.
An ICP monitoring should be placed and patient should be taken for immediate cerebral angiogram to find out complete AVM resection.
The medical expert stated that the medical records showed that the morning after he was admitted to the hospital, for a second time, Richard Wallace underwent a cerebral angiogram, which disclosed an aneurysm with severe vasospasm.
Q I have memory problems, and my doctor has scheduled me for a cerebral angiogram.
A cerebral angiogram was performed, which was normal except for truncation of the ophthalmic artery.
Mr Morgan had a special X-ray known as a cerebral angiogram, when dye is injected into the blood vessels in the brain so specialists can have a clear picture of the circulation.
A cerebral angiogram and an intracarotid sodium amobarbitol test are performed in some instances.
Patients love them," said Anna Ciaravino, assistant patient care manager at the lab, noting that some spend as long as seven hours in the recovery area following a catheterization procedure, such as a cardiac or cerebral angiogram.
4-7) The delivered dose from a diagnostic cerebral angiogram can vary widely, but is for a large part dependent on operator technique and equipment.
Doctors are still trying to identify the cause of Kayleigh's stroke and she will undergo a cerebral angiogram later this year.