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arteriogram

 [ahr-te´re-o-gram″]
a radiograph of an artery.

ar·te·ri·o·gram

(ar-tēr'ē-ō-gram),
Radiographic demonstration of an artery after injection of contrast medium into it.
[arterio- + G. gramma, something written]

arteriogram

The image obtained by arteriography, see there.
 
Angiogram is commonly used as a synonym of arteriogram, despite the fact that while all arteriograms (images of arteries) are angiograms (images of blood vessels), not all angiograms are arteriograms, given that angiograms also include venograms (images of veins).

arteriogram

Arteriograph Radiology The film image obtained by arteriography, see there.

ar·te·ri·o·gram

(ahr-tēr'ē-ō-gram)
Radiographic demonstration of an artery after injection of contrast medium.
[arterio- + G. gramma, something written]

Arteriogram

A diagnostic test that involves viewing the arteries and/or attached organs by injecting a contrast medium, or dye, into the artery and taking an x ray.
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Subsequently, four platinum coils were used to embolize the left internal iliac artery (Figure 3) and the postembolization arteriogram demonstrated no flow into the left internal iliac artery or left ureter (Figure 4).
The patient was immediately transferred to the operating room and a retrograde arteriogram confirmed the right type 1b endoleak (Figure 4).
A final diagnosis of unstable angina was made if that was the diagnosis of the senior clinician associated with the case or if a positive exercise test, coronary arteriogram, or follow-up history confirmed the diagnosis.
The right dorsalis pedis and posterior tibial pulses were absent; she underwent an arteriogram, which revealed an abrupt cutoff of the right popliteal artery below the knee (Figure 1).
Arteriogram, Angiogram, Complete Blood Count (CBC), C-Reactive Protein (CRP), Electrocardiogram (ECG), Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound, X-ray of the chest.
The authors used the chest pain history of the patients in the first set of 2 1 1 coronary arteriography patients to calculate a logistic model to predict the results of the arteriogram. Table 3 shows the logistic model.
(3)A planned readmission was on that (1) occurred within 30 days after hospitalization, involving an arteriogram, a myelogram, or an endoscopy; and (2) involved treatment for the same problem associated with the index episode.
About a month later, he underwent a coronary arteriogram. The pictures taken of his heart and coronary arteries showed that one coronary artery was completely obstructed, and two others were 30 to 40 percent obstructed.
A right renal arteriogram showed 2 right renal arteries (Figure 1).
(4.) Kohno A, Hara Y (2001) severe myocardial ischemia following hormone replacement in two cases of hypothyroidism with normal coronary arteriogram. Endocr J 48: 565-572.
A left-lower-extremity arteriogram (Figure 4) revealed a hypervascular tumor that received the majority of its blood supply from the profunda femoral artery.
Clearly, the presence of ischemic or neurological signs or symptoms indicates the need for color duplex Doppler, MRI, or arteriogram.