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  • Breast Milk and Contrast Media (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    Is it safe to breastfeed my baby after my Medical Imaging test? Yes! It is OK to continue breastfeeding baby after having a medical imaging test with contrast, regardless of whether it is done in the Medical Imaging, the Cardiac (heart) Catheterization lab, or operating room. (English) Colour

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  • Biliary Drainage (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    This pamphlet provides a brief description of the medical imaging procedure biliary drainage including information on who will be performing procedure?, prior to procedure instructions, what happens during procedure?, will it hurt?, how long it will take?, risks or complications, what happens afterwards?, follow-up instructions and information on who to contact if experiencing problems. Biliary drainage is a procedure to drain bile from your liver. Your liver makes bile and is needed to help you digest food. Normally, the bile ducts carry bile from your liver to your bowel, temporarily storing bile in the gallbladder. (English) Colour

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    English (264615), French (264803)

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  • Radial Artery Sheath (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    This pamphlet provides a brief description of the medical imaging procedure radial artery sheath including information on who will be performing procedure?, prior to procedure instructions, what happens during procedure?, will it hurt?, how long it will take?, risks or complications, what happens afterwards?, follow-up instructions and information on who to contact if experiencing problems. Your doctor or specialist wants you to have an interventional procedure. The procedure requires access to the inside of your body through an artery. We use an artery in your wrist called the radial artery. A small thin hollow tube called sheath is inserted through your skin into the radial artery. The sheath is then used for the interventional procedure. (English) Colour

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    English (264637)

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  • Spine Biopsy in Medical Imaging (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    A spine biopsy is a way of taking a small sample of bone from your spine using a special needle. The sample is examined for infection, cancer, or other bone disorders. A radiologist who specializes in image guided procedures uses fluoroscopy or CT scanning to do the biopsy. (English) Black & White

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  • Varicocele Embolization (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    This pamphlet provides a brief description of the medical imaging procedure varicocele embolization including information on who will be performing procedure?, prior to procedure instructions, what happens during procedure?, will it hurt?, how long it will take?, risks or complications, what happens afterwards?, follow-up instructions and information on who to contact if experiencing problems. A varicocele is when the vein in the scrotum that drains blood from a testicle becomes enlarged. This is similar to varicose veins in the leg. A varicocele can cause pain, swelling, and affect your fertility. This procedure closes off the enlarged vein without surgery (called ‘embolization’). When the vein is blocked, your body naturally finds other veins to drain blood from the testicle. (English) Colour

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    English (264634)

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  • Tunnelled Drainage Catheter for Ascites (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    This pamphlet provides a brief description of the medical imaging procedure: tunnelled Drainage Catheter for Ascites. It includes information on who will be performing procedure?, prior to procedure instructions, what happens during procedure?, will it hurt?, how long it will take?, risks or complications, what happens afterwards?, follow-up instructions and information on who to contact if experiencing problems. This is type of flexible tubing that is used to drain the fluid (ascites) collecting in your belly (abdomen). One end of the catheter stays inside your body and the other end connects to a drainage container (bottle or bag). The bag drains the fluid by gravity. The bottle drains by a vacuum from within the bottle. (English) Colour

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  • Facet Joint Injection (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    This procedure involves injecting a small amount of local anesthetic (similar to dental freezing) and/or steroid medication around a facet joint. Facet joints are small joints on the sides of bones that make up your spine, called vertebrae. An interventional radiologist does the procedure (a doctor who specializes in image guided procedures using x-ray and fluoroscopy) (English) Black & White

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  • Ultrasound Kidney Biopsy In Medical Imaging (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    A kidney biopsy is a way of taking a small sample of tissue from your kidney using a special needle. A biopsy is done to identify the type and degree of kidney disease, which then helps guide what would be the best way to treat the disease. A radiologist does the procedure (a doctor who specializes in image guided procedures). (English) Colour

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  • Angiography/Angiogram (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    This pamphlet provides a brief description of the medical imaging procedure angiography/angiogram including information on who will be performing procedure?, prior to procedure instructions, what happens during procedure?, will it hurt?, how long it will take?, risks or complications, what happens afterwards?, follow-up instructions and information on who to contact if experiencing problems. Angiography is procedure to look at arteries and veins in your body using x-rays. To help see the arteries and veins, an x‐ray dye (called contrast) is injected.This is called an angiogram. (English) Colour

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    English (264367), Arabic (264660), Chinese - Simplified (264661), Chinese (264662), Persian - Farsi (264663), Punjabi (264664), Vietnamese (264665), French (264797)

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  • Breast Biopsy (Lower Mainland) [English] Public

    This pamphlet provides a brief description of the medical imaging procedure breast biopsy including information on who will be performing procedure?, prior to procedure instructions, what happens during procedure?, will it hurt?, how long it will take?, risks or complications, what happens afterwards?, follow-up instructions and information on who to contact if experiencing problems. A biopsy is a way of taking a small piece of tissue from your breast. We use ultrasound or MRI images to locate the spot to biopsy. A breast biopsy is done to check for any abnormalities seen on other tests such as an ultrasound, mammogram, or MRI. (English) Colour

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    English (264604), French (264806)

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