myelography


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myelography

[‚mī·ə′läg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Roentgenographic visualization of the subarachnoid space, after the injection of air or an opaque medium.
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Seizures were reported in 2 out of 1350 myelography procedures among non-epileptic patients using 10.2 grams of iopamidol for an incidence of 0.15% (24).
Myelography was performed for SIH and verified with two CSF leaks originating at the lumbar 2 level.
We performed non invasive MR myelography to show the possible site of spinal CSF leakage.
Therefore, in case the contrast agent dose in the spinal canal during CT myelography is too low, retrospective spectral data analysis can increase the attenuation of the contrast agent in the spinal canal and might increase the diagnostic performance of the study.
From 1951 to 1975, 153 patients underwent preoperative evaluation with spinal myelography and/or angiography.
CT myelography is used in patients who are intolerant of closed spaces or who cannot undergo MRI9.
Aseptic meningitis complicating iotrolan myelography. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol.
Direct radiography, myelography, Computerized Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, discography, scintigraphy, venography and epidurography can be used in order to examine lumbar vertebrae.
(31, 34, 36) In a prospective analysis of fifty patients receiving cervical injections under myelography; six percent demonstrated dural infolding on cervical extension, narrowing the posterior subarachnoid space.
(2,7) Ultrasonography, CT, and myelography are helpful diagnostic tools.