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Invasive Angiography Laboratory
 
icon Diagnostic icon Implantation of pacemaker
icon Interventional icon Others
 
Diagnostic
 
icon Coronary Angiography icon Peripheral Angiogram
icon Cerebral Angiogram icon Others - renal mesenteric
 
Coronary angiography is an X-ray examination of the blood vessels or chambers of the heart. A very small tube (catheter) is inserted into a blood vessel in your groin or arm. The tip of the tube is positioned either in the heart or at the beginning of the arteries supplying the heart, and a special fluid (called a contrast medium or dye ) is injected.This fluid is visible by x-ray, and the pictures that are obtained are called angiograms.
 
Coronary angiography
 
Coronary angiography is done to find a blockage in the coronary arteries, which can lead to heart attack. It may be done if you have unstable angina, atypical chest pain, aortic stenosis, or unexplained heart failure.
 
Interventional
 
icon Balloon Angioplasty icon Local drug delivery
icon Stent implantation icon Embolization of drugs
 
Balloon angioplasty is similar to stent implantation except without stent. Catheter / tube can be inserted to deliver drugs or to embolize substances in a particular blood vessel beds eg. Lytic agents to digest clot or emboli to block haemoralgic vessels.
 
PCI Procedural refinements: Stent
Stent
Expandable metal mesh tubes that buttresses the dilated segment, limit restenosis.
Drug eluting stents: further reduce cellular proliferation in response to the injury of dilatation.
 
Implantation of Pacemaker
 
Pacemaker
 
Comparison with non invasive CT Angiogram
 
Invasive angiogram provides:
icon More detailed images of blood vessels studied.
icon Ready avenue for interventions such as ballooning / stenting.
icon Slightly more discomfort due to punctured wound and immobilization in bed.
 
CEREBRAL ANGIOGRAM  
CEREBRAL ANGIOGRAM CEREBRAL ANGIOGRAM
 
PERIPHERAL ANGIOGRAM
PERIPHERAL ANGIOGRAM
PERIPHERAL ANGIOGRAM
 
RENAL ANGIOGRAM
RENAL ANGIOGRAM
 
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