therapeutic angiography

ther·a·peu·tic an·gi·og·ra·phy

use of angiographic catheters that have been modified to reduce or increase regional blood flow, or to deliver medicinal agents; interventional therapeutic angiography. See: angioplasty, balloon catheter, interventional angiography.
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Therapeutic angiography revealed active bleeding from an arteriovenous malformation; hemostasis was achieved after coil embolization of the ileocolic branch.
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Use of diagnostic and therapeutic angiography with embolisation has been shown to be useful and effective in the management of such cases [22-25]; it is a simple, relatively non-invasive procedure.
It is the second volume to Teaching Atlas of Interventional Radiology: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Angiography.