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DVT423-AP6

USIDMS- Renal and Mesenteric Doppler

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What are the risk factors for an abdominal aortic aneurysm? tobacco use, hereditary/family history, advanced age, male gender, high cholesterol, obesity
If a AAA is within 2 cm of the celiac artery or SMA, what other vessels are most likely involved? Renal arteries
What parts of the body does the inferior mesenteric artery supply? It supplies the transverse, descending, and sigmoid colon
A greater than 70% stenosis in the celiac axis will have what kind of velocities and flow? Velocities greater than 200 cm/sec and post stenotic turbulence
What vessel can recanalize because of portal hypertension? The paraumbilical vein
What kind of blood flow should the normal hepatic veins demonstrate? Spontaneous, pulsatile, phasic, bidirectional, hepatofugal flow
What arteries in the kidneys extend off of the arcuates into the cortex? Interlobular arteries
What methond of renal Doppler interrogates the entire renal arteries bilaterally? The direct method
A renal artery with a greater than 60% will demonstrate what kind of peak systolic velocities? Velocities will be greater than 180 cm/sec
In which portions of the renal arteries is renal fibromuscular dysplasia most common? The mid and distal portions of the renal arteries
Created by: ampund