coronary angiography


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cor·o·nar·y an·gi·og·ra·phy

n. angiografía coronaria, imágenes tomadas por medio de un medio de contraste de la circulación del miocardio, hecha gen. por caterización selectiva de cada una de las arterias coronarias.
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Uses and limitations of 40 slice multi-detector row spiral computed tomography for diagnosing coronary lesions in unselected patients referred for routine invasive coronary angiography.
Given the patient's lack of cardiac symptoms, good functional capacity and a known false positive rate for stress thallium testing, should he be advised to undergo conventional diagnostic coronary angiography, with the attendant risks that include cerebral vascular events (0.
The study, published in the British Medical Journal, involved analysing more than 10,000 patients to determine whether they were offered coronary angiography.
On the issue of safety, the radiation dose each patient received, about 14-15 mSv, is comparable to the dose from conventional coronary angiography and less than the exposure during a nuclear perfusion scan, Dr.
They include conventional coronary angiography and magnetic resonance angiography.
The answer is that the use of pre-operative coronary angiography commits the patient to undergo two or three potentially risky procedures, rather than just one.
The contract is for the supply of disposable materials for treatment of coronary angiography and PTCA.
Conclusion: Increasing concentrations of serum ICAM can be used as a biomarker of coronary atherosclerosis alleviating the need to employ invasive tests like coronary angiography to confirm the diagnosis.
3% of all the people undergoing coronary angiography are reported to have anomalous coronary arteries.
sup][27] developed a novel approach on the basis of three-dimensional (3D) quantitative coronary angiography (QCA) and thrombolysis in myocardial infarction (TIMI).
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