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- noun A sphygmographic tracing or pulse-curve from an artery; a sphygmogram taken from an artery.
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- noun An
X-rayof an arteryafter injection with a radiopaquematerial
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- noun an X ray of an artery filled with a contrast medium
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An arteriogram is an X-ray imaging test used by physicians to evaluate whether blood vessels (arteries) are narrowed, blocked, enlarged or malformed.
In women, typically the blood vessels that are effected, much smaller blood vessels, harder to detect by an arteriogram and then therefore the symptoms may be different as well.
A catheterization and angiogram or arteriogram is performed by passing a thin plastic tube into a blood vessel in the arm or groin which leads into the heart.
The Framingham Heart Study reported that 50 percent of women with chest pain had little or no evidence of obstruction on arteriogram, as compared with 17 percent of men.
The first one was something called an arteriogram, which I think has to do with -- yes.
They had an arteriogram, an x-ray showing the remaining blood vessels between the two brains.
An arteriogram can help your doctor find out whether any of your arteries are blocked.
An arteriogram is an imaging test used to visualize your arteries.
If you take 100 60-year-old men with angina, only 3 of them will have that defect, and there’s no way to know without a coronary arteriogram.