ar-teer-ee-AH-graff-ee A testing procedure in which an X-ray opaque dye is injected into the bloodstream and then pictures are taken and studied to see if the arteries are damaged.
An X-ray procedure to study arteries. The arteries to be studied are injected with a chemical that is opaque to X-rays, so abnormalities can be easily detected on the X-ray film.
A special x-ray technique uses dye that is injected through a catheter inserted in an artery in the leg or arm.
A method of X-ray viewing the inside of the arteries by injection of radiopaque contrast substance into the lumen of the arteries.
An x-ray opaque dye injected into the blood stream to study arteries (usually coronary) for damage.
Roentgenography of arteries after injection of radiopaque material into the blood stream.
A test given to patients who are candidates for vascular reconstructive surgery. A dye is injected into the artery believed to be damaged so that the artery can be viewed by X-ray.
an x-ray test to demonstrate the blood vessels of an organ, using dye injected into an artery in the arm or leg. The dye outlines the blood vessels.
An X-ray of the carotid artery taken when a special dye is injected into the artery.
Invasive procedure during which a radiopaque dye is injected in the arteries of interest. Provides anatomical but not haelliodynamie information.
A testing procedure to determine if arteries are diseased. A contrast medium is injected into the bloodstream, and then x-rays are taken that outline the anatomy of the artery.
(ar-TEE-ree-AH-gra-fee) - A procedure to x-ray arteries. The arteries can be seen because of an injection of a dye that outlines the vessels on an x-ray.