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T/F An indwelling venous catheter can be the cause of an intimal injury to the vein. True
T/F The Brachial vein is a superficial vein. False, it is a deep vein
Name 2 characteristics of upper extrmity venous flow. respiratory phasicity, cardiac pulsatility
If there is thrombosis in the SVC, what will spectral Doppler show on the left and right sublavian veins? a continuous waveform
T/F It is always necessary to scan the forearm veins. False, only if the patient has a sign of a blood clot in the forearm.
Edema of the neck, face and arms bilaterally is a sign of what? Supeiror Vena Cava Syndrome
T/F Paget-Schroetter Syndrome is effort induced. True
This is a common finding in Paget-Schroetter Syndrome and appears as swiss chese in a transverse plane. Extensive collateral flow
What is the minimum diameter of a vein for it to be used for CABG? 2 mm
T/F Perforating Veins are easily seen with ultrasound. False, difficult to see unless they are abnormal.
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