angiograph

angiograph

[an′jē·əgraf]
Etymology: Gk, angeion, vessel, graphein, to record
an instrument that records the patterns of pulse waves inside blood vessels. See also sphygmograph.

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.

angiograph

a radiological demonstration of a blood vessel using a contrast medium. See angiography.
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Head of the National Oncology and Hematology Center Ernis Tilekov said an angiograph and MRI unit will be on the ground floor.
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.
Macula images were recorded prior to surgery with fundus photographs, fundus autofluorescence (Heidelberg Retina Angiograph II [HRA2], Heidelberg Engineering, Heidelberg, Germany), and SD-OCT (Cirrus HD-OCT, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Dublin, CA, USA).
In the CT angiograph, the left ventricle was significantly dilated with several calcifications noted at the papillary muscle indicating chronic ischemic changes.
Caption: Figure 2: CT angiograph showing no evidence of acute pulmonary thromboembolism but the patient has extensive pulmonary fibrosis.
During diagnostic evaluation of hemangiomas of renal origin, imaging techniques that have been shown to improve diagnostic accuracy include CT angiography, flexible ureteroscopy, angiograph with selective embolization, and excretory urography.
It is also planned to buy angiograph which costs around $2 million, to buy other equipment for maternity hospitals," the Health Minister explained.
As medics prepared Audrey for surgery, she underwent an angiograph, where special dye was injected into her body so the blood vessels around her tumour would show up more clearly during an X–ray or scan.
Sometimes, cardiac cathetertization with angiograph is performed to diagnose any ailment in the coronary arteries or in the valves which might be the cause for triggering the arrhythmia.
On admission, a computed tomographic scan and angiograph of the abdomen showed pancolitis with colonic wall thickening and scant ascites, suggestive of an inflammatory or infectious cause, without vascular compromise.