cineangiogram

cineangiogram

[sin′ē·an′jē·əgram′]
a motion-picture recording of a blood vessel or of a portion of the cardiovascular system obtained after injecting a patient with a nontoxic radiopaque medium.
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The size of the valve annulus was measured from a frame of the lateral projection of the cineangiogram and corrected for magnification.
The coronary cineangiogram should be carefully scrutinized for the subtle angiographic features characterizing the condition.
The severity of coronary stenosis was evaluated by measuring the percent reduction in lumen diameter from a magnified image of the cineangiogram.
Baseline parameters of all patients were recorded that included assessment of clinical symptoms/general wellbeing using the Visual Analog Scale (VAS) score, and LV ejection fraction and geometry using LV cineangiogram performed under standardised condition i.
Using contrast ventriculography, volumes from the end-diastolic and end-systolic frames of the cineangiogram are measured.
Thus, the user can simultaneously see the murmur in a cineangiogram (with animated overlays if desired), see an animated depiction of each sound as it is occurring, and listen to the murmur through headphones, computer speaker, computer speaker and stethoscope, or Stethoscope Sounder and the stethoscope.
Cardiac catheterization and cineangiogram of the left ventricle (LV) revealed subaortic VSD and an apical saccular anomaly originated from the free wall of the LV (Video 1, 2.
Automatic boundary detection of the left-ventricle from cineangiograms.
Our observations using selective cineangiograms and intravascular ultrasound of the CS in patients with normal sinus rhythm demonstrated additional evidence of narrowing of the CS during atrial contraction (Fig.
Therefore, ultrasound images should be interpreted in conjunction with cineangiograms.