An angiogram is a type of x-ray that uses fluoroscopy, essentially a ``movie x-ray'', to view arter...
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An angiogram is a type of x-ray that uses fluoroscopy, essentially a ``movie x-ray'', to view arteries and veins. A special dye called contrast is used to visualize the area of interest. Contrast is introduced into the vessel through a catheter and pictures are then made, which help to detect bulges (aneurysm), narrowing or blockage.

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