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Define: Abdominal angiography
Angiography of the abdominal aorta and its distal branches.
What level is the Renal artery?
L1-L2
What level does the abdominal Aorta bifurcate and into what?
L4
R+L common iliacs
What do the R+L iliacs bifurcate into?
External and Internal iliacs
To what does the internal iliac artery supply blood?
Pelvis
To what does the external iliac artery supply blood?
Lower extremities
What are the indications for abdominal angiography?
aneurysms
congenital abnormalities
stenosis
occlusions
vascular interventional therapy
Claudication
Gangrene
What is the preprocedural for angiography?
Standard angio prep
angio of lower extremities requires assessment of iliac, femoral, pedal pulses
What type of catheter is used to demonstrate the abdominal aorta?
Pig tail
Level of T12
What type of catheter is used for the lower extemities?
End hole, multiple side holes
L4