Definition of venography in English:

venography

Syllabification: ve·nog·ra·phy
Pronunciation: /viˈnägrəfē
 
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noun

Medicine
  • Radiography of a vein after injection of a radiopaque fluid.
    More example sentences
    • The diagnosis can be confirmed by investigations such as MRI scans, Doppler ultrasonography, and venography.
    • All patients underwent bilateral lower extremity venography after finishing their prophylaxis regimen.
    • In 116 patients undergoing both CT venography and lower extremity ultrasound, Cham and colleagues found concordant results in 93% of cases.

Derivatives

venographic

Pronunciation: /ˌvēnəˈgrafik/
adjective
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  • Zettel knew his injury was caused by an extravasation which occurred during the venographic procedure.
  • Second, the venographic findings to which ultrasound is compared vary among investigators.

venographically

Pronunciation: /ˌvēnəˈgrafik(ə)lē/
adverb
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  • Furthermore, no venographically confirmed DVT was found in patients with a normal D-dimer concentration.
  • All patients were followed-up clinically and venographically for a one year period.
  • Clinical signs and symptoms were found to be unreliable in 41.4% of the cases that had venographically proven thrombi.

Origin

1930s: from Latin vena 'vein' + -graphy.

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