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ar·te·ri·o·graph·ic

(ar-tēr'ē-ō-graf'ik),
Relating to or utilizing arteriography.

ar·te·ri·o·graph·ic

(ahr-tēr'ē-ō-graf'ik)
Relating to or using arteriography.

arteriography

(ar?ter-e-og'ra-fe) [ arterio- + -graphy]
1. A radiographic procedure for obtaining an arteriogram. See: angiography
2. A description of arteries.
arteriographic (-e-o-graf'ik), adjectivearteriographically (i-k(a-)le)
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Patients in the arteriographic group had a significantly higher rate of bile leak (43%) than did patients in the operative (19%) or observation groups (2%).
Chronic mesenteric ischemia is often suspected based on the clinical presentation, in conjunction with arteriographic evaluation of the splanchnic vessels.
Most authors such as Kemeny et al16 and Rong and Sindelar17 contributed to surgical oncology literature, based on arteriographic data, which also give information about the intrahepatic branches.
Clinical and arteriographic characterization of patients with unstable angina without critical coronary arterial narrowing (from the TIMI-IIIA Trial).
Yet these patients logged an impressive 30 arteriographic studies, 4 pacemaker placements, 3 intraaortic balloon insertions, 2 limb amputations, multiple cardioversions, and 2 emergency airlifts (Chest 122[5]:1649-53, 2002).
Correlation of atherectomy specimen histology with coronary arteriographic lesion morphologic appearance in patients with stable and unstable angina.
Arteriographic examination showed an abnormally large splenic artery, with 2 separate 2-cm-diameter and 6-cm-diameter splenic artery aneurysms.
Chest pain: relationship of psychiatric illness to coronary arteriographic results.
In a case-control analysis of subjects in the Ottawa Heart Study, no association was found between KIF6 and arteriographic evidence for a >50% coronary artery narrowing, which is a different clinical endpoint than the CHD examined in the other KIF6 studies referenced above.
Arteriographic finding reveal a richly vascular neoplasm.