Angiographic findings and interpretation, Biology

Q. Angiographic Findings and Interpretation?

Pulmonary angiography is useful in the following clinical scenarios:

1) Pulmonary artery stenosis

2) Pulmonary arteriovenous communications

3) Diffuse or focal attenuation of pulmonary vessels

4) Intraluminal abnormalities:

a) Acute pulmonary thromboembolism

b) Chronic pulmonary thromboembolism

c) Pulmonary vascular neoplasms

d) Pulmonary artery aneurysms

5) Miscellaneous:

a) Inflammation-infectious and non-infectious inflammatory diseases.

b) Hemorrhage-hemoptysis

c) Foreign bodies

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