Al-Naaman, Yousif D.; Al-Waidh, Macky N.
October 1966
Angiology;Oct1966, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p768
Academic Journal
1. An unusual complication of abdominal aortography is protected. The inferior vena cava was injected by opaque media (35 per cent Urokon) in an attempt to inject the aorta through a left lumbar approach. 2. Urokon, in that concentration, let no side effect in the venous system. 3. For diagnostic values, the inferior vena cava could be injected directly through a right lumbar approach above the renal, using the same technique as for aortography. 4. The prevent transfixation, a hemostat is used to fix the needle to the outer surface of the skin when force is exerted, or otherwise the automatic pressure springs is used.


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