ventriculography


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Related to ventriculography: radionuclide ventriculography

ventriculography

(vɛnˌtrɪkjʊˈlɒɡrəfɪ)
n
1. (Medicine) radiography of the ventricles of the heart after injection of a contrast medium
2. (Medicine) radiography of the ventricles of the brain after injection of air or a radiopaque material
Translations

ven·tric·u·log·ra·phy

n. ventriculografía. V.: pneumoencephalography
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In a study, the global ejection fraction at 3 months using radionucleotide ventriculography was 50 [+ or -] 14 and 45 [+ or -] 16 in low and standard dose streptokinase, respectively [Six et al).
In CHRISTMAS study, left ventricular function and volumes were compared in 52 heart failure patients by echocardiography, radionuclide ventriculography, and cardiac MRI.
Assessment of left ventricular diastolic function by radionuclide ventriculography in patients with chronic heart failure and reduced ejection fraction.
Such diagnostic procedures and surgical operations as coronary angiography, ventriculography, angiography of vessels, stenting of coronary vessels, balloon valvuloplasty, occluder elimination of atrial and interventricular septum with occluder, valve replacement, treatment of acquired and congenital defects will be performed at the center.
A comparison was made between the M-mode echocardiography and Simpson EF radionuclide ventriculography, and the overestimation rate (10%) was found to be higher in the M-mode method as compared to the other method.
Left ventriculography revealed apical ballooning akinesis with basal hyperkinesis during systole.
These principles were employed by Harvey Cushing with incredibly improved success in the early 1900s with Dandy's ventriculography technique and X-rays, taking it up an extra notch in localisation of tumours.
Coronary angiography showed patency of LAD stents; contrast ventriculography confirmed the large pseudoaneurysmal cavity (Figure 2(B), arrow).
reported left ventriculography normalization in emotionally stressed rats with induced reversible LV apical ballooning, by pretreatment with adrenal receptor blockade [11, 12].
Coats, "Unreliability of cardiothoracic ratio as a marker of left ventricular impairment: comparison with radionuclide ventriculography and echocardiography," Postgraduate Medical Journal, vol.
However, with aortography in the left anterior oblique projection (a), it can be recognized that RCA originates from the LCS; with ventriculography in the right anterior oblique projection (b), a mark is seen on the location anterior to aorta, showing interarterial course.