SCAG

(redirected from Selective Coronary Angiography)
AcronymDefinition
SCAGSouthern California Association of Government
SCAGSelective Coronary Angiography (cardiology)
SCAGSouthampton City Art Gallery (UK)
SCAGScientific and Clinical Advances Group (London, UK)
SCAGStarcraft Addicted Gamers
SCAGSplinter Cell Anarchy Galore (working title of the sequel of Splinter Cell Chaos Theory)
SCAGSystem Configuration Advisory Group
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Selective coronary angiography (Figure 1) disclosed a 70% stenosis of the left internal mammary artery graft to the left anterior descending coronary artery and a 99% stenosis in the distal left anterior descending artery.
Then Judkins method was applied to perform selective coronary angiography, multi-position projection and multisite angiography.
The introduction of selective coronary angiography in the diagnosis of heart disease confirmed previously expressed doubt that the majority of SCAD with sudden cardiac death was undiagnosed [6].
Selective coronary angiography was performed using a standard Judkins technique.
Upon transfer, the patient was taken for left heart catheterization (LHC) and selective coronary angiography. Left heart catheterization and angiography showed an 80% long tubular stenosis of the proximal to mid left anterior descending coronary artery (LAD) as well as an anomalous takeoff of the right coronary artery (RCA) from a left main coronary artery (Figures 2(a), 2(b), and 2(c)).
Then the patient was referred to catheterization laboratory for selective coronary angiography. During catheterization we realized that the entire aorta, from the iliac bifurcation to aortic cusps, had severe calcification resembling a porcelain tube (Fig.1, Video 1.
Multipurpose catheters (Schoonmaker and King) generally are straighter with an end hole and 2 side holes near the tip.[43] This type is used for left ventriculography and selective coronary angiography procedures.
He underwent right-left selective coronary angiography through the right femoral route.
They generally are diagnosed by selective coronary angiography however; some large aneurysms may be detected by echocardiography.
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