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Intravenous angiography using digital video subtraction: intravenous cervicocerebrovascular angiography.
The clinical application of intravenous angiography to study the cervicocerebrovascular system using the digital video subtraction system described in a companion article is reported. About 0.75Expand
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Intravenous angiography using digital video subtraction: x-ray imaging system.
An x-ray imaging system, using digital subtraction techniques, has been developed. The system requires: (1) high output generation equipment; (2) an image intensifier capable of receiving high outputExpand
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Digital video subtraction angiography of renal vascular abnormalities.
A digital subtraction system for performing intravenous angiography has been developed and applied to the diagnosis of renal vascular abnormalities. A total of 35 patients underwent 39 intravenousExpand
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Digital subtraction angiography of peripheral vascular bypass procedures.
Without premedication or special preparation, digital video subtraction angiography, also known as photoelectronic intravenous angiography, was effectively used for evaluating patients who hadExpand
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Development Of A Digital Video Subtraction System For Intravenous Angiography
This paper represents the third presentation to the SPIE that has dealt with our research activities in photoelectronic radiology and intravenous angiography. The earlier papers have been publishedExpand
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INTRAVENOUS ANGIOGRAPHY USING DIGITAL VIDEO SUBTRACTION
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Photoelectronic Imaging for Radiology
This paper describes efforts to replace screen-film applications in radiology by an assemblage of x-ray intensifiers, video cameras, displays, and nonfilm storage media, the stimulus for which isExpand
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The Development Of A Digital Video Subtraction System For Intravenous Angiography
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A system is under development for a relatively non-invasive technique for the assessment of atherosclerosis. Expand
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Photoelectronic Imaging For Diagnostic Radiology and the Digital Computer
A digital image processing facility is being installed at the University of Arizona to serve the needs of clinical practice and research for improved imaging and diagnosis from radiology. InExpand
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