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ve·no·gram

 (vē′nə-grăm′)
n.
1. A radiograph of a vein after injection of a radiopaque substance.
2. Venography.

venogram

(ˈviːnəˌɡræm)
n
(Medicine) an X-ray of a vein
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Noun1.venogram - an X ray of a vein injected with a radiopaque contrast medium
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

ve·no·gram

n. venograma, radiografía de las venas usando un medio de contraste;
renal ______ renal.

venogram

n flebografía, venografía (estudio)
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After transseptal puncture, anticoagulation with unfractionated heparin was begun to maintain an activated clotting time above 350 seconds, and selective multiview pulmonary venograms were obtained.
Venograms performed on both occasions showed marked tortuosity of the venous outflow with focal CAS that was treated with angioplasty using a standard 7 mm balloon.
"Orders can be changed to MR venography, and I've had patients who've gone decades with multiple MR venograms and no one can figure out what's going on as no identifiable lesion is readily detected," he said.
Moon et al., "Incidence and predictors of dural venous sinus pressure gradient in idiopathic intracranial hypertension and non-idiopathic intracranial hypertension headache patients: results from 164 cerebral venograms," Journal of Neurosurgery, vol.
A concise diagnostic algorithm includes risk stratification with subsequent ultrasound and venograms if indicated [43].
The ECG-trigger was acquired with a peripheral gating (PG, GE) and a time delay is set for a systolic phase acquisition in order to obtain non-contrast-enhanced venograms and clear images for the visualization of lymphedema.
Large arachnoid granulations are another potential pitfall, as they cause defects in the dural sinuses on digital or MR venograms. Their morphology distinguished them from thrombus, which doesn't result in a focal or globular defect but rather segmental absence of flow within the affected dural sinus.
Renal venography: anatomy, technique, applications, analysis of 132 venograms, and a review of the literature.
CONCLUSION: Due to high mortality rates in fulminant cases of Budd Chiari Syndrome identifying at risk patients along with special investigations like hepatic venograms, contrast Doppler studies, MRI, and inception of early thromboprophylaxis may help in saving the patient.
In 1986, Vaccaro and colleagues examined the records of 150 patients who had both physical examinations and venograms to diagnose DVT.
Venograms were obtained with conventional angiography and were analyzed with quantitative angiography by the operator.