angiograph

an·gi·o·graph

(ańjē-ō-graf)
A radiographic image of a blood vessel that is obtained through injection of a contract dye.

angiograph

(an′jē-ŏ-graf″) [ angio- + -graph]
A kind of sphygmograph.
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A hemodialysis center with 8 beds and a cardiology department with 15 beds with an angiograph and resuscitation with 3 beds were opened in the Uch-Korgon village of Kadamjai district in the Batken region, the Ministry of Health reports.
Irregular hyperfluorescent areas were observed in both eyes in the early and late phases of FFA (Heidelberg retinal angiograph 2) (Figure 1).
Computed tomography angiograph showing narrowing and spasm of the right brachial, radial and ulnar arteries.
Wu, "3D printing of intracranial artery stenosis based on the source images of magnetic resonance angiograph," Annals of Translational Medicine, vol.
Given all these factors, clinical observation rather than a follow-up spinal digital subtraction angiograph was elected.
(a, d) Pretreatment fundus image and fluorescein angiograph. (b, e) Two weeks after treatment, the plus sign had disappeared but the temporal avascular area persisted.
Angiograph studies have demonstrated the variable presentation of the collateral branches of the internal thoracic artery, pre- and postoperative assessment having been of great help in this study (Singh, 1980).
The study, made possible with $3 million in funds that Beyond Verbal collected last September, used a smartphone app to measure subjects' voice signals prior to undergoing coronary angiograph, a test that uses dye and X-rays to see how much plaque has built up in the arteries.
Fluorescein angiography (FA) was recorded for all patients in the wAMD group using cSLO (Heidelberg Retina Angiograph, HRA 2, Heidelberg Engineering, Dossenheim, Germany) as previously described [35-37].