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Related to angiography: Cerebral angiography, Angiography of heart
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roentgenographic examination of blood vessels after injection of a radiopaque contrast medium

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The global angiography devices market is categorized based on types of devices, product, application, procedure, indication, and end user.
Haji Babayee, a member of Iran's Inventors Association told MNA that using X-ray in angiography and angioplasty operations led in some cases to risks and complications for the patients.
We met an extremely courteous cardiologist who promptly arranged the angiography by the end of the week.
The spokesman pointed out that the X-Ray Tube of Mayo Hospitals' angiography machine is out of order, which would soon be replaced.
Most clinical studies of CT angiography reflect experience at single institutions, which limit their generalizability.
Published in the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), the study compared the use of retrospective ECG gating with the radiation beam being constantly on and prospective ECG gating with the radiation beam turned on only intermittently during CT angiography.
The presence of neurocranial injury, as well as the suggestion of a vascular injury on CT, may then prompt the clinician to obtain confirmatory angiography.
The study, published in the British Medical Journal, involved analysing more than 10,000 patients to determine whether they were offered coronary angiography.
Pulmonary emboli are frequently considered as a cause for respiratory deterioration in intensive care unit (ICU) patients, however empirical observation suggests that computerised tomographic (CT) angiography is infrequently positive after the first 24 hours.
In the evaluation of vascular injuries, catheter angiography has been the gold standard imaging modality.
provide an illustrated guide to angiography of the ocular fundus for the diagnosis of posterior segment diseases.
Angiography remains the gold standard, but it is not without risk.