- Coronary arteriography in a district general hospital: feasibility, safety, and diagnostic accuracy. Ranjadayalan, K.; Mills, P.G.; Sprigings, D.C.; Mourad, K.; Magee, P.; Timmis, A.D. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);3/24/90, Vol. 300 Issue 6727, p777
Investigates the feasibility, safety and diagnostic accuracy of coronary arteriography in district general hospital. Use of conventional fluoroscopy and videotape recording in the diagnosis; Development of complications associated with the catheterization; Assessment of revascularization...
- Occult gastro-intestinal cause of spastic paresis of the legs. Verma, V.; Dhar, A.; Chinnery, P. F. // Gut;Aug2008, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p1064
An image of the spes casvus is presented.
- Imaging in Radiology. // British Medical Journal;9/13/1975, Vol. 3 Issue 5984, p605
Examines the development of electronic imaging on radiology. Use of an arteriographic contrast material; Amplification of photoelectron; Effect of the radiographic equipment.
- 3D MRA Reliably Detects Significant Stenoses. // Kidney;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p52
Assesses the value of contrast-enhanced, three-dimensional (3D) magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) in assessing the renal arteries compared with conventional arteriography (CA). Identification of all main renal arteries and majority of 33 accessory renal arteries; Reduction in sensitivity and...
- Low osmolar contrast media. Grainger, Ronald G. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);7/21/1984, Vol. 289 Issue 6438, p144
Focuses on revolutionary advances of intravascular radiological contrast media in Great Britain. Properties of the sodium salt medium; Acceptability of arteriography among patients; Mortality rate due to urography.
- MRI, CT comparable in detection of coronary artery stenosis. // Cardiology Today;Feb2011, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p31
The article discusses a study which suggests that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) angiography are both effective in detecting coronary stenosis in patients with suspected or known coronary artery disease (CAD), although CT demonstrated higher diagnostic performance.
- A practical guide to reading CT coronary angiogramsâ€”How to avoid mistakes when assessing for coronary stenoses. John Hoe; Kok Toh // International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging;Oct2007, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p617
AbstractÂ Â There are now many physicians, both radiologists and cardiologists who are reporting CT coronary angiography (CTCA) scans who may not be aware that there are many pitfalls present. For the inexperienced reader a significant stenosis in a coronary artery can be easily missed or a...
- Cobb Syndrome: Case Report. Pascual-Castroviojo, Ignacio; Frutos, Remedies; Viaño, Juan; Pascual-Pascual, Samuel I.; Gonzalez, Pablo // Journal of Child Neurology;Nov2002, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p847
We present a 7-year-old boy in whom cutaneous hemangioma and intramedullary and paraspinal arteriovenous malformations were associated. Magnetic resonance arteriography revealed the presence of the two arteriovenous malformations, and the selective intercostal arteriography demonstrated that the...
- Coronary Computed Tomography Angiography: Emerging Technique for Coronary Artery Imaging--Pictorial Essay. Sheth, Tarang N.; Rybicki, Frank; Sheth, Tej; Yucel, E. Kent // Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal;Feb2005, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p15
Discusses the imaging protocol for computed tomography angiography of coronary artery. Assessment of potential coronary artery disease; Challenges in coronary imaging; Performance of retrospective cardiac-gated image reconstruction using single-segment or multisegment approaches.