Search - Peripheral Angiography
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DescriptionPeripheral Angiography is a technique that uses medical imaging to find narrowed or blocked areas in one or more of the arteries that supply blood to hands, arms, feet, or legs. A contrast agent like a special dye is injected in the blood stream via a catheter (thin plastic tube), which highlights the blood vessels. The blood vessels materialize in white on the angiogram as they move. Then a few x-rays are taken and studied.
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DepartmentsCardiology ENT Neurology Orthopaedics Dermatology Gynaecology Plastics Paediatrics Gastroenterology ...
FacilitiesBlood Bank CT Scan Dialysis
FacilitiesBlood Bank CT Scan MRI Scan PET Scan Dialysis