Definition of phlebography in English:

phlebography

Syllabification: phle·bog·ra·phy
Pronunciation: /fləˈbägrəfē
 
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noun

Medicine
  • Radiography of the veins carried out after injection of a radiopaque substance.
    More example sentences
    • Venous leg ulcers were diagnosed according to clinical criteria and confirmed with duplex Doppler ultrasonography, ascending phlebography, and foot volumetry when the ulcers had healed.
    • Such algorithms limit the requirement for phlebography and pulmonary angiography to a small fraction of patients suspected of the disease.
    • Durbec et al found a 6.6% incidence of iliofemoral DVT (3% in control limbs) using phlebography and concluded, in contrast to others, that this incidence was acceptable.

Derivatives

phlebographic

Pronunciation: /ˌflebəˈgrafik/
adjective
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  • Accuracy in excess of 80% has been claimed both for ultrasound and for phlebographic localization of incompetent perforating veins (ICPVs).
  • The phlebographic findings in nine patients with primary varicose veins on the lateral aspect of the thigh are described.

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