ventriculogram

ventriculogram

 [ven-trik´u-lo-gram″]
a radiogram of the cerebral ventricles (no longer performed) or of the ventricles of the heart.
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ventriculogram

(ven-trik'yu-lo-gram?) [ ventriculus + -gram]
1. A radiograph of the cerebral ventricles.
2. An image of the cardiac ventricles, used to estimate ejection fraction and assess wall motion.

multigated ventriculogram

Multigated acquisition scan.

nuclear ventriculogram

Multigated acquisition scan.

radionuclide ventriculogram

Multigated acquisition scan.
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A coronary angiogram and a left ventriculogram were done to exclude acute coronary syndrome (ACS).
He was treated as unstable angina and was then subjected to a line of diagnostic procedures including coronary angiogram before he subsequently underwent ventriculogram which reveal a characteristic 'spade-like' configuration over the left ventricle, in keeping with the diagnosis of ApHCM.
During coronary angiography, left ventriculogram was performed and LVEF was calculated in each patient with 2 standard projections: left anterior oblique 60[degrees] and right anterior oblique 30[degrees].
Coronary arteriogram and left ventriculogram during angina attack induced by methacholine.
A left ventriculogram revealed basal hyperkinesia and apical ballooning, and she was diagnosed as having Takotsubo cardiomyopathy (Fig.
Fractal Diagnostic Generalization of the Left Ventricular Cardiac Morphology: Moderate and Severe Abnormalities from Ventriculogram
Left ventriculogram also showed ventricular ballooning suggestive of takotsubo cardiomyopathy (Figure 3).
The left ventriculogram showed normal contraction of all segments with no dissection, left ventricular aneurysm, or mitral regurgitation.
Results of cardiac investigations included a normal coronary angiogram, normal left ventricle ventriculogram, and a transoesophageal echocardiogram which demonstrated preserved biventricular systolic function and structurally normal valves with moderate mitral regurgitation.
All patients undergoing diagnostic coronary angiography, with or without an additional left ventriculogram (LV), between March and September 2016 were included in this study.
After dilation, the balloon catheter was removed, pressure and oxygen saturation measurements were repeated, and a postdilation right ventriculogram or pulmonary artery angiogram using a pigtail catheter was performed in most patients.