A venogram is an Reference X-ray Opens New Window test that takes pictures of the blood flow through the veins in a certain area of the body.
Normal test results show that the dye moved quickly and evenly through the veins. Abnormal test results show that the flow of dye was slowed or blocked. This might mean that a blood clot, or another problem such as damage in the vein, is blocking or slowing blood flow.Reference 1
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|Medical Review:||Reference Adam Husney, MD - Family Medicine
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