Renal Angiogram- Diagnostics
Renal angiography provides a way to see the blood vessels in the kidneys. As blood vessels don’t show up on an X-ray, it is difficult to get an image of them. In this procedure, a special kind of dye into is injected into the blood vessels. This dye, also called contrast material, shows up on a X-ray.
This procedure allows doctors to see veins and there will be able to diagnoses blockages, clots, narrowing, and other problems.
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