Angiography Network
 

Angiography Network

Angiography is an x-ray reading of the blood vessels. An angiogram applies a radiopaque essence, or dye, to compose the blood vessels visible under x-ray. Angiography is simply persistent medical tests that assist physicians diagnose and care for medical conditions. Angiography uses one of three imaging technologies and, in some cases, a contrast material to produce pictures of major blood vessels throughout the body. Angiography is done using x-rays catheters, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging.

Coronary Angiography is a analysis that uses dye and particular x rays to show the inside of your coronary arteries. The coronary arteries pump blood and oxygen to your heart. A plaque was grown up on the inside walls of the coronary arteries and root them to narrow. It is known as coronary artery disease - CAD. CAD can prevent enough blood from flowing to your heart and can lead to angina and heart attack. Coronary angiography shows if you have coronary artery disease - CAD.

Cardiologists usually perform this Angiography in hospitals. In Angiography, a long wire called catheter is inserted inside the artery of the leg, near the thigh crease. This catheter is then pushed against the blood flow towards the heart blindly. Your may need coronary angiography if you have signs or symptoms of CAD. Angina - Unexplained pain or pressure in your chest. Sudden cardiac arrest -when your heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating. You also may need coronary angiography on an emergency basis if you are having a heart attack. This test shared with a process named Angioplasty can open the blocked artery causing the Heart Attack and avoid further damage to your heart.

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