THIS final article in the series on contrast radiography describes how to conduct vascular and articular studies, dacryocystorhinography, sinography and lymphangiography. In each case, only those techniques routinely performed in practice are discussed. Procedures that are difficult to perform and interpret, require specialist equipment, or have largely been superseded by advanced imaging techniques such as ultrasonography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging ‐ all of which are now quite widely available ‐ will not be considered.
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