Basic neuroradiology procedures part 3 – Myelogram

This video is the third part of a series of videos on common neuroradiology procedures, including lumbar punctures and myelograms.

This video specifically discusses how to perform a myelogram. This includes how to choose a contrast agent, how to attach your tubing and inject the contrast, and what kind of warning signs to look for when injecting.

Other videos discuss general considerations and other procedures, such as lumbar punctures.

The level of this lecture is appropriate for medical students, residents, and fellows in radiology who may be performing neuroradiology procedures. Trainees in others specialties may also find this video useful to learn more about what happens in image guided lumbar punctures.

Other videos on the procedure playlist are found here.