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AngioViews

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What radiologic view is usually best to image the origin of the LCA ostium? 20 degree LAO
What coronary artery normally supplies the right bundle branch of the conduction system? LAD
At the crux of the heart, the posterior descending coronary artery begins: Near a "U" turn
Which type of angiogram would best define a failed mitral valve leaflet? Left Ventriculogram / RAO view
Best View: LCA orifice 20 deg LAO
Best View: Circ. branches 30 deg RAO/Caudal
Best View: Distal LAD 30 deg RAO /Caudal or Cranial
Best View: Prox LAD 30 deg LAO / Cranial
Best View: Bifurcation of LAD and Crux 30 deg LAO/ Cranial
Person with horizontal heart, what view best defines where the Left Main is? LAO caudal
"Bread and butter view" / "First View of choice" are terms for this view of a unstable patients left coronary artery: Why? 1-10 deg RAO / 15-20 deg Caudal. Because you may only get one X-ray in with these types of patients.
What angiography best diagnoses a R-L VSD in a patient with Pulmonary Hypertension? RV gram in the LAO view
Mitral valve prolapse is usually best seen in the _______ LV angio view? RAO during systole
Best View: Aortic dissection LAO, AO root injection
Best View: Mitral Valve Regurgitation RAO, LV injection
Best View: ASD LAO cranial, PA injection
Best View: VSD Steep LAO cranial injection
Best View: PDA Pa cranial, Aortic injection
What is the best view to show the aortic arch and arch branches? 60 degree LAO
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