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USIDMS UE Venous Doppler

ICAVL requires that a comparison Doppler signal be made with which contralateral vein when imaging UE venous? Subclavian Vein
Brachial vs. Basilic: Which is accompanied by an artery? Brachial
Which syndrome is effort induced, causing spontaneous thrombosis of the subclavian/axillary vein? Paget-Schroetter Syndrome
Which syndrome is the result of occlusion or compression of the superior vena cava? Superior Vena Cava Syndrome
What diameter is preferred when determining vein suitability? 2.5-3mm
T or F: Normal perforators are commonly visualized in venous ultrasounds. False
Veins <2.5mm have (high/low) graft failure rates. High
Which artery in the distal arm can be used for CABG in some cases? Radial Artery
Which test verifies palmar arch patency prior to radial artery harvesting? Allen's Test
Radial artery dominance results in a (complete/incomplete) palmar arch Incomplete
Created by: smharpenau