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Diagnostic Terms#2

Diagnostic Terms#2 Fall

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Radiopaque x-ray does not pass through, dyes used as contrast medium studies, like barium sulfate and iodine.
radiolucent x-ray does passes through
Hypersensitivity test detects idoine allergy
Barium Sulfate contrast medium for GI studies
Iodine contrast medium for angiography
Barium Swallow patient drinks barium, fluroscope and x-rays are used to trace barium through the UGI )esophaugs, stomach, small intestine) detects tumors, ulcerations. etc..
Barium Enema Highlight lower digestive tract, bowel is cleared day before test barium is introduced into the colon by enema, x-rays are taken. Fluroscopy, detects tumors, polyps...
Renal angiography image of kidney blood flow, detects narrowed vessels, vasucalr damage, renal vein thromboysis, cysts, tumors
aortogram image of aorta
angiogram image of blood vessles
arthogram images the soft tissue components of a joint no catheter
angiocardiogram image of the coronary arteries, uses iodine, intraarterial injection, shows the interior of the heart chambers and great vessel.
venogram image of veins
cystogram dye injected into the urinary bladder
chloecystogram image of the gallbladder and bile ducts,(the liver), no fluroscopy, OCG-Oralcystogram
fluroscopy takes an x-ray in motion
pyelogram image of the renal pelvis and urinary tract
MRI test does not use radiation
hysterosalpingogram image of the utertus and fallopian tubes
lymphangiogram image of lymph vessles
bronchogram image of the bronchi of the lung
myelogram dye injected into lumbar subarachnoid spacem uses a tilt table
CT Scan uses a thin, fan-shaped beam that rotates around the pt to produce a cross-sectional view of the body
PET Scan uses radiopharmaceticals to produce enhanced images of selected body organs or areas
MRI uses electromagnetic energy to produce images
Helical CT scan scans a spiral path around patient, creats 3-D image
Cerebral angiography visualizes cerebral blood flow,detects aneurysms, clots, turmors, hematomas, abscesses
Radiopaque utilizes a special catheter to widen or open arteries that are blocked or occuled
radiolucent x-ray does passes through
Hypersensitivity test detects idoine allergy
Percutaneous Transphepatic Cholangiogram contrast medium for GI studies
VCU Voidng cystouretogram-fluroscopy, bladder through urinary
Traces barium in esophagus
Barium Enema
Renal angiography
aortogram image of aorta
angiogram image of blood vessles
arthogram images the soft tissue components of a joint
image of the coronary arteries
dye injected into the urinary bladder
image of the gallbladder and bile ducts
pyelogram image of the renal pelvis and urinary tract
MRI test does not use radiation
image of lymph vessles
bronchogram
myelogram dye injected into lumbar subarachnoid space
uses a thin, fan-shaped beam that rotates around the pt to produce a cross-sectional view of the body
uses radiopharmaceticals to produce enhanced images of selected body organs or areas
uses electromagnetic energy to produce images
Helical CT scan scans a spiral path around patient, creats 3-D image
Barium Swallow
Created by: d.holifield