Property developer Louis was told he had to have an angiogram
to determine how serious his condition is.
If we did an angiogram
on every adult, a significant number would be found to have nonobstructive disease and be at risk of a heart attack,'' Maddox said in an interview.
We conducted a study to attempt to determine if obtaining an angiogram
is helpful in the management of patients with temporal bone fractures.
Although it is our protocol to do angiographic follow-up at 3 months, 1 year and 5 years, it may prove unnecessary to wait 5 years and that two unchanged consecutive stable angiograms
However, in most cases when a patient has true angina, obstructions can be seen by the routine angiogram
The news comes days after the Daily Post revealed the plight of ex serviceman Gwilym Pritchard, who faces a four-month wait for an angiogram
to ensure the strength of his heart before the life-saving operation.
Researchers didn't spot restenosis in angiograms
of any patient implanted with the drug-coated stent, which is made by Cordis, a Johnson and Johnson company in Miami Lakes, Fla.
The Hemel Hempstead Hospital has a contract with St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, West London, to do the angiograms
but it has a waiting list.
Stanford University (CA) researchers conducted a retrospective analysis of posttransplant angiograms
from 31 cardiac transplant patients who required total lymphoid irradiation for persistent or recurrent allograft rejection.
She went through CT scans, chemotherapy, angiograms
, spinal taps and physical therapy.
MRA produces images that are strikingly similar to conventional angiograms
but can do so at a fraction of the cost and without the patient discomfort and side-effects associated with the use of contrast media.
Patients' Lp-PLA2 and CRP levels were compared with their angiograms
to determine if the levels were predictive of existing heart disease.