Finby, Nathaniel; Kanick, Virginia
January 1968
Angiology;Jan1968, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Presents a study on a single intravenous injection for total angiographic evaluation of retroperitoneal disease. Individual techniques for inferior vena cavography, intravenous abdominal aortography and nephrotomography; Assessment of retroperitoneal disease; Ability to visualize the inferior vena cava, heart and entire aorta in children; Clinical and radiographic evaluation of patients participating in the study.


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