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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The court rejected the plaintiffs' contention that the trial judge had erred in failing to allow jury instructions on the issues concerning informed consent law, in particular, the plaintiffs' contention that the jury instructions were insufficient because the trial judge failed to advise the jury that even if informed consent was obtained to perform the arteriogram, that consent did not extend to subsequent treatments such as the angioplasty that was performed on the patient.
My younger brother had an arteriogram ten years ago and had a small amount of blockage.
The arteriogram shows (in this instance) significant obstruction of a coronary artery.
Prior to denervation, a renal artery arteriogram is performed to rule out any hemodynamically significant renal artery stenosis.
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An arteriogram of the lower extremities revealed widely patent vessels until the level of the lower calf where blood flow disappeared in both legs (Figs.
Since the patient was unconscious permission was obtained from his mother to perform a CT scan and an arteriogram.
An arteriogram and CT scan were performed late Thursday night after Mercker left the game complaining of a severe headache and dizziness.
Each Phase I patient will undergo a special epilepsy protocol magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, sphenoidal electrode placement, tapering to discontinuation of AEDs, neuropsychological testing, ictal/interictal SPECT scan and arteriogram with intracarotid sodium amobarbital test.
Suzanne Harrell, A 36-year-old mother of two who has had coronary heart disease for more than a year, went to Little Rock Cardiology Clinic in January to schedule an arteriogram because of continual chest pains.
Later he was restored to nearly perfect health by a coronary arteriogram and a percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty.