venography


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ve·nog·ra·phy

 (vĭ-nŏg′rə-fē)
n.
Radiography of veins or a vein after injection of a radiopaque substance. Also called phlebography.

venography

(vɪˈnɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Medicine) radiography of veins after injection of a contrast medium. Also called: phlebography

ve•nog•ra•phy

(viˈnɒg rə fi)

n.
x-ray examination of a vein or veins following injection of a radiopaque substance.
[1925–30]

venography

A diagnostic method of examining the inside of veins using X-rays and an opaque solution injected into the veins.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.venography - roentgenographic examination of veins
arthrography - roentgenographic examination of a joint after injection of radiopaque contrast medium; produces an arthrogram
Translations
venografie

ve·nog·ra·phy

n. venografía, gráfica e información de un venograma.

venography

n flebografía, venografía (técnica)
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Brain magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic resonance venography studies showed no intracranial lesion or thrombosis.
anticoagulation treatment to prevent blood clots), the incidence of DVT detected by venography (x-ray visualization of the veins after administering injectable contrast dye) ranges from 40 percent to 60 percent of primary elective hip surgery patients, and fatal PE occurs in approximately one of 500 patients.
The stenosis is best confirmed with direct portal venography via transhepatic puncture, where the pressure gradient across the stricture can also be measured.
Testicular ultrasound scan, transrectal ultrasonography and venography have been discussed in this chapter.
Addition of CT venography increases the gonadal radiation dose 500-fold in women and 2,000-fold in men compared to the dose from CT pulmonary angiography alone.
2] Assessment by either Doppler sonography or renal venography can identify slow-moving blood flow in an aneurysm.
For decades, conventional venography was the imaging test of choice for suspected DVT in the legs, pelvis, and inferior vena cava (IVC).
Based on the size and location of the mass, magnetic resonance angiography, magnetic resonance venography, and CT were obtained to determine its relationship to critical structures.
Gadolinium-enhanced body MR venography with subtraction technique.
In the first year of treatment, MR venography was performed in the patient who had no neurological defect, but whose primary disease could not be controlled completely and it was found that there was no change in the thrombosis found in the left transverse and sigmoid sinus radiologically.
During the procedure, guiding catheter was engaged into the coronary sinus ostium, and coronary venography was undertaken to choose target coronary vein for left ventricular lead insertion.
1) MRI would provide a similar appearance to CT, with the added advantage of MR venography.