Peripheral angiogram and/or peripheral angiography (Carotid, Renal, Lower Limb Vessel, et.) is a test carried out to identify any blood vessel narrowing or blocked areas in the arteries supplying your pelvis, legs, knees, ankles, neck and less frequently, your arms. The angiogram will determine whether there is any Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). PAD can cause narrowings or blockages in your peripheral arteries causing pain, discomfort and tiredness (also referred to as claudication). The pain may disappear with rest. The procedure for Peripheral angiography is the same as coronary angiography.