aortogram


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Related to aortogram: aortic angiogram, aortic angiography

aortogram

 [a-or´to-gram]
a radiograph that serves as a record of aortography.

a·or·to·gram

(ā-ōr'tō-gram),
The image or set of images resulting from aortography.

aortogram

[ā·ôr′təgram]
Etymology: Gk, aerein + gramma, record
a radiographic image of the aorta made after the injection of a radiopaque contrast medium in the blood. Also called aortic angiogram.

a·or·to·gram

(ā-ōr'tō-gram)
The image or set of images resulting from aortography.

aortogram

the film produced by aortography.
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In one of the child of 40 days having congenital rubella syndrome with severe respiratory distress, PDA was closed with 8mm device even without aortogram but only under TTE.
On multivariate analysis (Table 3), baseline independent predictors of CI-AKI or higher delta-sCr (at 3-days) included age >65 years, female gender, CCF, STEMI, valvular heart disease or septal defect, IABP insertion, critical illness, PCI, and aortogram.
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41) The patient in Salgo was not informed of the risks associated with a contrast medium used in an aortogram.
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Subsequently, an aortogram was obtained, and it confirmed the presence of several anomalous, large-caliber vessels branching off the aorta (Figure 2, arrows).
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