VASCULAR SURGERY – EURODOCTOR.RU – 2007
Visceral angiography – a technique for assessing the condition of vessels of internal organs such as liver, spleen, kidney, intestine and pancreas.
In accordance with the test body, distinguish angiography of the liver, spleen, mezenterikografiyu (angiography vessels of the intestine), renography (renal vascular angiography).
Methods of study of these vessels, in principle, no different from other methods of angiography. The indication for visceral angiography is to identify the restrictions and blockages of blood vessels, or their expansion, which occurs most often in atherosclerosis and other diseases.
Angiography of renal vessels to evaluate their condition, the presence of restrictions, as well as renal function. It should be borne in mind that the contrast agent itself may be harmful to the kidney tissue. Angiography of splenic blood vessels, mainly carried out to identify the block of venous outflow from it, that occurs with this terrible disease, like cirrhosis of the liver.
Mezenterikografiya used to detect pathological changes in the vessels of the intestine observed in patients with chronic mesenteric ischemia, and embolism (blockage) of vessels of the intestine.
Angiography of the internal organs is also carried out to clarify the localization of tumors.
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