venacavography

ve·na·ca·vog·ra·phy

(vē'nă-kā-vog'ră-fē),
Angiography of a vena cava.
Synonym(s): cavography

ve·na·ca·vog·ra·phy

(vē'nă-kā-vog'ră-fē)
Angiography of a vena cava.
Synonym(s): cavography.

venacavography

(vē″nă-kā-vŏg′ră-fē)
Radiography of the vena cava during the injection of a contrast medium.
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However, MRI is the preferred imaging modality as it reliably defines both the extent of a tumour thrombus and also distinguishes between tumour and bland thrombus.[sup.5] Other less frequently used preoperative imaging modalities include venacavography, Doppler ultrasonograpy and TEE.
TOE has been found to be superior to CT, MRI or inferior venacavography in identifying cephalad extent of tumour thrombus (18) and therefore an argument for the routine use of TOE for excision of renal cell carcinomas invading the IVC (Stage 3b and 3c, tumour extending into the vena cava below and above the diaphragm respectively) can be made.