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angiography

[‚an·jē′äg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Roentgenographic visualization of blood vessels following injection of a radiopaque material.
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Comparison of fluoroscopy time during coronary angiography and interventions by radial and femoral routes-can we decrease the fluoroscopy time with increased experience?
In this study six months data of patients undergoing ETT for chest pain diagnosis followed by coronary angiography if test result turned out to be positive has been presented.
The study was carried out to determine the significant of calcium channel blocker (verapamil) when use with nitrate against radial spasm during coronary angiography. Radial spasm is a major hindrance during the angiography procedure,22 make patient discomfort and painful.
Congenital absence of left circumflex artery detected by computed tomography coronary angiography: a case report.
The incidence of this pathology is 0.1-1.1% of patients referred for coronary angiography [3].
Caption: Figure 1: Coronary angiography showing the right coronary artery and the left main coronary artery arising from the same ostium, with a prepulmonic course of the LMCA.
25 patients (32.1%) had no significant lesion on coronary angiography. Overall, Three groups of cardiac conduction disorders were complete heart block 64(82.1%), second degree heart block 8(10.3%) and sick sinus syndrome 6 (7.7%) patients.(Table 1)
Coronary Angiography. The current standard for the diagnosis of symptomatic obstructive CAD is coronary angiography [41].
Consecutive patients with recent NSTEMI were defined as NSTEMI within the preceding four weeks referred for coronary angiography. NSTEMI by definition excluded patients with ECG findings of ST segment elevation, new or presumed new left bundle branch block (LBBB) and true posterior MI within four weeks.
As the patient continued to present with intermittent chest pain and dynamic ST-segment deviations, a third coronary angiography (Figure 2(b), Supplementary Movie 4) was performed on day 6 including optical coherence tomography (OCT).