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 arterial reconstruction abolished pressure gradient and postsurgical arteriograms confirm the patency of the reconstructed segment (Lord et al.).
Prior to mesenteric arteriogram, colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, and radionuclide imaging are usually performed.
Coronary calcium, as determined by electron beam computed tomography, and coronary disease on arteriogram. Effect of patient's sex on diagnosis.
A selective hypogastric arteriogram was obtained bilaterally, using a 5Fr Cobra curve for the (left) contralateral artery (Figure 2(b)) and a 5Fr Robert Uterine Catheter Curve for the (right) homolateral artery (Figure 2(c)): these demonstrated that both uterine arteries refurnished the fistula, with a major component from the left side; no other vessels were involved, confirming the findings of CT and MR.
All patients fulfilled the American College of Rheumatology classification criteria for TA, fulfilling at least three of the following: age at disease onset <40 years old, claudication of extremities, decreased brachial artery pulse, blood pressure difference between both arms >10 mmHg, bruit over subclavian arteries or aorta, and arteriogram abnormality.[sup][16] Among the 123 patients, 74 cases underwent aortic and peripheral artery angiography, and others took computerized tomography angiography or magnetic resonance angiography at the time of diagnosis.
Diagnosis of traumatic AVF is usually suggestive on history and clinical examination but conventional arteriogram or computerized tomography (CT) angiography required for confirmation and planning surgical management.
At this point the right groin was accessed and a six-French vascular sheath was placed over a 0.035-inch wire, and an arteriogram of the pelvic arteries from the right common femoral artery approach was performed.
Coronary arteriogram showed normal vessels, thereby pointing to the pneumothorax as the primary cause of this patient's electrocardiographic findings.
External fixation or arteriogram in bleeding pelvic fracture: initial therapy guided by markers of arterial hemorrhage.
An arteriogram revealed that the patient was suffering from an acute embolus.
A CT portography is a CT scan with arteriogram that allows for outline visualization of small (1-2 cm) tumors and their relationship to major blood vessels.