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LOM 20 & K 50 Proced

Radiologic procedures

angiocardiography heart & large vessels
Angiography blood vessels
Arteriography Arteries
Arthography Joints
Barium swallo Esophagus
Hysterosalpingography Uterus and uterine tubes
IV urography Kidneys, ureters and urinary bladder
Lower GI series - barium enema (BE) Colon
Lymphangiography Lymphatic vessels and nodes
Myelography Spinal canal
Upper GI series Esophagus, stomach and duodenum
Bone Scan nuclear medicine scan using techntium
Scintigram nuclear medicine imaging urins radiotracer
PET scan or positrn emission tomography Similar to CT but radioisotopes are used instead of contrast
Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) IV injection of radiotracer and then computer reconstruction of 3D image
Cardiolite scan Radiophamaceutical injected IV and traced to heart muscle usually as an exercise tolerance test
contrast studies radiopaque material injecto to obtain contrast with surrounding tissue when shown on the x-ray film
Created by: cskinner