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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ome In most cases, angiograms are planned procedures that are performed under local anaesthetic.
Completion angiogram revealed preservation of the three proximal branches of the URA with no contrast filling the aneurysm and a patent LRA [Figure 2].
10 Considering the fluorescein angiogram above, which of the following signs is shown?
After writing about my experience with angiograms, double angioplasty and a repeat of all the above this week, it only makes sense to share my experience about medical insurance and the fact that I won't have any insurance to pay for my procedure this weekend.
'A coronary angiogram is the 'gold standard' in terms of identifying the exact location and severity of coronary artery blockages,' Santos affirmed.
Echocardiography might aid in the diagnosis, but magnetic resonance angiogram (MRA) and multislice-gated coronary CT angiogram are more reliable modalities.
In Figure 1, an X-ray angiogram along with the ground truth image outlined by a specialist is illustrated.
"Blood vessel segmentation in coronary angiogram image", IJEDR, 4: 3.