'venography' can also refer to...


compression venography

compression venography

venography n.

venography n.

compression venography

venography n.

venography n.

A randomized evaluation of different approaches to coronary sinus venography during biventricular pacemaker implants

Venography at insertion of tunnelled internal jugular vein dialysis catheters reveals significant occult stenosis

P-378 Comparison of two cannulation and venography strategies during biventricular implants

Axillary vein access with or without venography: is this the dilemma in the ultrasounds era?

Contrast venography vs. microwire assisted axillary venipuncture for cardiovascular implantable electronic device implantation

Catheter ablation of a difficult accessory pathway guided by coronary sinus venography and 3D electroanatomical mapping

P-399 Influence of coronary sinus anathomy on short-term efficacy of the resynchronisation systems implantation — The role of venography

Axillary vein access with or without venography: is this the dilemma in the ultrasounds era?—Authors’ reply

Early and short-term acenocumarine or dalteparin for the prevention of central vein catheter-related thrombosis in cancer patients: a randomized controlled study based on serial venographies

Incidence of venous obstruction following insertion of an implantable cardioverter defibrillator. A study of systematic contrast venography on patients presenting for their first elective ICD generator replacement

Realtime fusion of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography venography with X-ray fluoroscopy to aid cardiac resynchronisation therapy implantation in patients with persistent left superior vena cava


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(phlebography) n. imaging of the anatomy of veins in a particular region of the body. Traditionally a radiopaque contrast medium is injected into a vein and X-ray photographs (venograms) taken as the medium flows towards the heart. Damage, obstruction, or abnormal communication with other vessels can be demonstrated. A common usage is in demonstrating deep vein thrombosis in the legs. Increasingly ultrasound is now used, both with colour Doppler (see Doppler ultrasound) and compression venography. See also angiography.

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