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venographic

(ˌviːnəˈɡræfɪk) or

venographical

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to venography
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Importance of anatomical asymmetries of transverse sinuses: an MR venographic study.
Seo, "Collateral pathways in Budd-Chiari syndrome: CT and venographic correlation," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
Noninvasive and venographic diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis.
Susceptibility-weighted imaging (SWI), which is originally called blood oxygen level-dependent venographic imaging and can exploit susceptibility differences between tissues and use phase image to detect their differences, is sensitive to detect paramagnetic effect of blood breakdown products.
They do however offer caveats due to a small sample size, retrospective design, lack of a control group, lack of venographic review, and lack of long-term outcomes among numerous other limitations [79].
According to one report on PCS authored by interventional radiologists, the diagnosis of PCS is confirmed with the venographic findings of ovarian vein diameter greater than 6 mm, retrograde ovarian or pelvic venous flow, presence of several tortuous collateral pelvic venous pathways, and delayed or stagnant clearance on contrast (Semin Intervent Radiol.
Progression of venographic changes after experimentally induced laminitis.
No structural MRI sequences are included in the protocol, as we focus specifically on venographic sequences.
Venous involvement in leprosy: a venographic and histopathological correlation.
Chronic-stage deep vein thrombosis of the lower extremities: Indirect CT venographic findings.
Venographic studies have previously demonstrated that the LTV can rarely enter the IVC, and communications exist between the testicular vein and the IVC below the level of the RVs [24-26].