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- n. A radiograph of a vein after injection of a radiopaque substance.
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- n. An X-ray of a vein that has been injected with an opaque material
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- n. an X ray of a vein injected with a radiopaque contrast medium
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As well as the ultrasound Dr. Zamboni relies on, they are conducting a catheter venogram, going right inside veins to detect any abnormalities.
Ultrasound testing found she also fit the theory, with a venogram showing a narrowed left jugular vein.
McDonald sent Steve for a venogram, in which dye was injected into his veins to look for problems.
When doctors performed the venogram in February, they discovered blockages in one of his jugular veins and the azygos vein in his chest.
Assistant diagnostic methods for deep venous thrombosis Ultrasonography MRI venogram
Completion venogram showing IVC filter placement 55
A venogram of the blood supply might be necessary to fully evaluate the condition of vessels in the hoof.