myelography


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myelography

[‚mī·ə′läg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Roentgenographic visualization of the subarachnoid space, after the injection of air or an opaque medium.
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Diagnostic imaging results, including radiographs, a CT scan, and myelography, were suspicious for neoplasia, involving a spinal nerve root.
Lumbar spine: quantitative and qualitative assessment of positional (upright flexion and extension) MR imaging and myelography.
00) for patients undergoing cataract removal, debridement of skin and other tissues, biopsy of prostate, and spinal injection for myelography and/or computed tomography.
Aseptic meningoencephalitis after iopamidol myelography.
5,20) Myelography fails to visualize the extent of the disease into the paravertebral tissues (13) and carries the risk of cyst rupture with subsequent spillage of cyst fluid and dissemination of the disease.
The company offers a complete range of services including routine x-rays, fluoroscopy, mammography and women's imaging services, ultrasound, CT, MRI, neuroradiology, myelography, pediatric radiology, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, PET/CT, and bone densitometry.
To reveal pressure on a nerve root (due to disc prolapse, for example), myelography, CT scanning or MRI is performed.
Radiologic workup often consists of myelography, spinal computed tomographic scan, and MRI with or without gadolinium enhancement.
In this study we looked at three groups: (a) controls representing 16 patients who underwent elective CT myelography, (b) patients considered positive xanthochromia with net bilirubin absorbances >0.
For example, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was supposed to replace myelography and CAT scans in the diagnosis of herniated disks-many physicians now order all three.
Four percent used myelography, and one percent used urography.