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portography

 [por-tog´rah-fe]
radiography of the portal vein after injection of opaque material.
portal portography portography after injection of opaque material into the superior mesenteric vein or one of its branches, the abdomen being opened.
splenic portography portography after percutaneous injection of opaque material into the substance of the spleen.

por·tog·ra·phy

(pōr-tog'ră-fē),
Delineation of the portal circulation by radiography, using radiopaque material, usually introduced into the spleen or into the portal vein at operation.
Synonym(s): portovenography
[porto- + G. graphō, to write]

por·tog·ra·phy

(pōr-tog'ră-fē)
Delineation of the portal circulation by radiographs, using radiopaque material, usually introduced into the spleen or into the portal vein at operation.
[porto- + G. graphō, to write]
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Direct peripheral portography was performed revealing hepatopedal fow toward the capsule and active extravasation (Fig.
Intrahepatic portal venous variations: demonstration by helical CT during arterial portography. J.
Brountzos et al., "Plexiform neurofibroma of the liver: Findings on MR imaging, angiography, and CT portography," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
Morita et al., "Analysis of anatomic variants of mesenteric veins by 3-dimensional portography using multidetector-row computed tomography," The American Journal of Surgery, vol.
A pigtail catheter was used for portography and measurement of portal venous pressure.
Adamsons, "Bleeding ileal varicosity demonstrated by transhepatic portography," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
The combination of computed tomography with hepatic arteriography and arterial portography (CTHA/CTAP) showed a huge hypervascular tumor in the right lobe of the liver.
In one study, in the fields in which segmental signal reduction was observed in the livervia MRI, angiography, and CT portography, the decay of portal flow and the presence of abnormal iron loading were demonstrated by confirming the pathological result (26).
Although PDV (patent ductus venosus) was detected in the abdominal CT and MR portography made for this reason, a decrease was observed in the ductus calibration in MR portography made when compared to the radiological evaluations made before (Figure 1).
Caption: Figure 5: Stepwise hepatic portography and histomorphology from a rat liver.
However, shunt dysfunction was finally confirmed by portography and portal venous pressure measurements that showed an obliterated shunt or shunt stenosis >50% and/or PSG >12 mmHg (1mmHg = 0.133kP).[sup][6],[7]
Comparison of CT, MRI and CT during arterial portography in the detection of malignant hepatic lesions.