contrast study

contrast study

Imaging An imaging procedure in which a contrast medium is introduced to enhance the image of a particular body region or structure. See Contrast medium &ensp. ;.
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Contrast study from the left antecubital vein showed prior contrast enhancement of this giant coronary sinus before the right atrium (Video 2.
A repeat contrast study was arranged on the 10th post-operative day to demonstrate free passage of contrast across the biliary tree into the duodenum (Fig.
So a contrast study has been carried out among a sample of patients with MCI, ones with Alzheimer's and healthy people.
The prospective, randomised CONTRAST study (abstract no.
When a water-soluble contrast study confirms that the perforation has sealed, it may be reasonable to pursue nonoperative management.
This was essentially a normal MRI scan for a patient of her age, although the study was somewhat limited by a degree of motion artifact reducing the image quality, and a contrast study had not been ordered by the primary care physician.
8 mg/dL, and the iodinated contrast study of the reservoir showed a capacity of 300 mL (Fig.
This mass had been seen on a chest PE with contrast study 12 years prior and had similar contrast enhancement patterns and Hounsfield unit values as the spleen, compatible with a splenule (Figures 3A, 3B).
In such cases, an upper gastro-intestinal tract contrast study may be performed for confirmation.
A contrast study of the intestine is best for diagnosing malrotation, but a barium enema may be needed to complete an evaluation.
Therefore, barium should be reserved for cases in which an initial water-soluble contrast study is negative.
Regular checking of the catheter position with aspirations, check X-rays and if in doubt contrast study may be warranted to ensure correct placement of the catheter, particularly where problem with blood flow or clotting have occurred.