phlebography


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phle·bog·ra·phy

 (flĭ-bŏg′rə-fē)
phle′bo·gram (flē′bə-grăm′) n.
phle′bo·graph′ic (-grăf′ĭk) adj.

phlebography

(flɪˈbɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Medicine) another name for venography

phlebography

the scientific description of vein structure. — phlebographical, adj.
See also: Blood and Blood Vessels
Translations
Phlebografie
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The diagnosis of thrombosis was based on doppler ultrasonography, tomography, magnetic resonance, arteriography, phlebography, pulmonary gammagraphy and plethysmography.
Correlation among the results of renocaval pressure measurements, varicocele scintigraphy, and phlebography.
Although, it is an invasive procedure, phlebography is indicated by several authors (ZUBAIR, HASHMI and SMAROFF, 2007] as the gold standard for diagnosing duplication of the inferior vena cava.
Combined radionuclide phlebography and lung scanning in patients operated on for scoliosis with the Harrington procedure.
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Evaluation of pelvic varicose veins using color doppler ultrasound: comparison of results obtained with ultrasound of the lower limbs, transvaginal ultrasound, and phlebography.
Significance of serum immunoglobulin levels in conglomeration with trans- sternal phlebography in the phlebography management of breast cancer.
3% and 28%, whereas the incidence of confirmed cases by phlebography varies widely, between 27% and 66%.