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USIDMS LE Arterial Duplez

What does the left subclavian artery branch from? Aortic Arch
What is the first branch of the ECA? Superior Thyroid Artery
What is an increase in the "width" of the spectral waveform called? Spectral Broadening
What is the waveform call that has longer acceleration and rounded peaks? Tardus-parvus
True or False- Pressure is higher in the venous system than the arteries. False- it is lower
What is the phenomenon called when one vascular bed draws blood away from another? Steal
What type of flow is characterized by blunted, some-what resistive waveforms and is the pattern that precedes complete occlusion? String-Sign
What does CADE stand for? Carotid Artery Duplex Exam
Does amaurosis fugax occur ipsilateral or contralateral to the side of the stroke? ipsilateral
Define syncope. Passing out
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