Right heart ventriculography

Angiography - right heart; Right heart ventriculography

Right heart ventricular angiography is a study that images the right chambers (atrium and ventricle) of the heart.

Heart - section through the middle

The interior of the heart is composed of valves, chambers, and associated vessels.

Heart - front view

The external structures of the heart include the ventricles, atria, arteries and veins. Arteries carry blood away from the heart while veins carry blood into the heart. The vessels colored blue indicate the transport of blood with relatively low content of oxygen and high content of carbon dioxide. The vessels colored red indicate the transport of blood with relatively high content of oxygen and low content of carbon dioxide.

How the Test is Performed

How to Prepare for the Test

How the Test will Feel

Why the Test is Performed

Normal Results

What Abnormal Results Mean

Risks

Considerations