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USIDMS Abdominal and Renal Doppler

How much more likely are men to get AAA's rather than women? men are 5 times more likely to develop AAA's than women
The pancreaticoduodenal artery branches from what vessel? gastroduodenal artery
Do the celiac, hepatic, and splenic artery demonstrate high or low resistance normally? low resistance
What type of flow is normally found in the SMA and IMA post prandial? low resistance
What three vessels are involved with bowel ischemia? celiac, SMA, and IMA
Describe abnormal hepatic vein doppler interpretation non-spontaneous flow, lack of pulsatility, lack of phasic flow
In a transverse veiw, which renal artery sits more anterior? The right renal artery
How is the renal aortic ratio (RAR) calculated? The highest velocity obtained in the renal artery divided by the peak velocity in the aorta
A significant difference in bilateral kidney measurements, is what? 2 centimeters
How is the resistivity index calculated? The EDV is subtracted from the PSV, then result is divided by the PSV
Created by: katraylor