angiogram

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an·gi·o·gram

 (ăn′jē-ə-grăm′)
n.
An x-ray of one or more blood vessels following the injection of a radiopaque substance.

angiogram

(ˈændʒɪəʊˌɡræm)
n
(Medicine) an X-ray picture obtained by angiography

an•gi•o•gram

(ˈæn dʒi əˌgræm)

n.
an x-ray produced by angiography.
[1930–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.angiogram - an X-ray representation of blood vessels made after the injection of a radiopaque substanceangiogram - an X-ray representation of blood vessels made after the injection of a radiopaque substance; "angiograms are produced by angiography"
lymphangiogram - an angiogram of the lymph nodes and lymph vessels made after the injection of a radiopaque substance
roentgenogram, X-ray photograph, X-ray picture, X ray, X-ray - a radiogram made by exposing photographic film to X rays; used in medical diagnosis
Translations

angiogram

[ˈændʒɪəʊgræm] Nangiograma m

angiogram

n (Med) → Angiogramm nt

an·gi·o·gram

n. angiograma, visualización radiográfica de un vaso sanguíneo mediante inyección de una sustancia radioopaca;
coronary ______ coronario;
lymph ______ linfático.

angiogram

n angiografía (estudio)
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One week later Eva had a cerebral angiogram, which provides images of blood vessels in and around the brain allowing detection of abnormalities.
As a final step in the workup, a four vessel cerebral angiogram, not shown, was done to exclude any small contributory distal vertebral aneurysms and proved negative in this regard.
Several days later, a cerebral angiogram shows multiple mycotic aneurysms (MAs), which the neurosurgeon suspects derived from his endocarditis.
A cerebral angiogram demonstrated the mass to be supplied primarily by the branches of the left middle meningeal and superficial temporal arteries (Figure 3).
Yamada et al, 1986, [12] evaluated hemodynamic changes in 14 cases of highflow AVM with cerebral angiogram and intraoperative monitoring of cortical-surface blood flow.
Fraser is now five years of age, and in May this year had a diagnostic cerebral angiogram that showed no further intervention or treatment was indicated.
The radiologist requested a cerebral angiogram to aid diagnosis, as children with advanced HIV disease can be at an increased risk of suffering strokes caused by the effects of HIV on the vessels of the brain [3].
A cerebral angiogram, which would more accurately pinpoint the location of the aneurysm, was the next step.
Also, our institutional protocols require low-osmolar iodinated contrast to be administered to patients with high creatinine levels prior to the performance of a cerebral angiogram.