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arteriography

[är‚tir·ē′äg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Graphic presentation of the pulse.
Roentgenography of the arteries after the intravascular injection of a radiopaque substance.
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In addition, LDL-apo B has been associated with arteriographic changes in the FATS study and with decreased numbers of events and regression of coronary lesions in the SCRIP study (6,12).
Epidemiology of congenital coronary anomalies: a coronary arteriographic study on a central European population.
Electrocardiographic and coronary arteriographic correlations during acute myocardial infarction.
The papers cover the epidemiology of arterial disorders related to smoking, diabetes, and hypertension as risk factors; diagnostic testing for claudication and lower extremity arterial disease using noninvasive and arteriographic techniques, and the pathogenesis of arteriosclerosis.
Operative and arteriographic patients had significantly higher liver Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) scores than did observed patients (3.
Other data regarding war and battle trauma include increased rates of arteriographic abnormalities among those exposed to traumatic events during Beirut's civil war, increased rates of physician-diagnosed arterial disease in veterans of World War II and the Korean War, and increases in angina pectoris among Dutch resistance veterans.
In addition, Brott and Toole (1995) recommend that combined arteriographic and surgical mortality and morbidity be estimated not to exceed 3% and prognosis for a healthy life expectancy be at least 5 years.
Arteriographic and venographic studies, at the discretion of the performing radiologist.
In that study, no association was found between KIF6 and arteriographic evidence for a >50% coronary artery narrowing, which is a different clinical phenotype than the clinical events of CHD examined in the previous KIF6 studies referenced above.
Congenital coronary anomalies of origin and distribution in adults: a coronary arteriographic study.