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USIDMS Extracranial Carotid

Poiseuille's Law is defined as the relationship between what three things? Pressure, volume of flow, and resistance.
What is the time it takes to get from end diastole to peak systole? Acceleration time
What is the most important Doppler finding in a stenosis? Increased velocity
What branches off the Brachiocephalic artery? Right CCA and Right Subclavian artery.
What is the first branch off the ECA? Superior thyroid artery
What happens in Subclavian Steal? When there is an occlusion or severe stenosis of the subclavian artery the brain ends up supplying blood flow to the extremity.
What is Atherosclerosis? Inflammatory response in walls of the arteries.
Thromboembolic events are associated with? And results in? Vessel trauma. Neurologic symptoms such as TIA, RIND, CVA and Amaurosis Fugax.
Describe Fibromuscular Dysplasia. Overgrowth of smooth muscle and fibrous tissue in arterial walls.
Neointimal hyperplasia is? Intima thickness that increases with plaque or fibromuscular dysplasia.
Created by: slwilliams2