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what are the differences between an aortography and an angiography?

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Dr. David Fertel
Vascular Surgery 35 years experience
Specific areas: aortography is specific to the aorta, angiography can look at any arteries.

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Angiography surgery -should I travel to a city for this?

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Yes: Yes if you need to get angiogram ( ? With possible stent placement of that blood vessel ) if that service is not available in your local area.
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Subset: Angiography is a study in which the blood vessels are visualized (e.g. Arteries of the leg or heart). An aortography is just a subset of that - visualizing the biggest artery in the body - the aorta. So, an aortography is an angiography but not vice versa.
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What is the usual cash cost of a carotid angiography?

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Depends on location: There are wide variations for cash costs for all medical procedures. If you are a cash paying customer without insurance, you may be able to negotiate a favorable price close to the actual remuneration that a facility will obtain from an insurance company. Shop around different facilities if that is geographically possible.

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