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USIDMS LE Venous Insufficiency

Stasis dermatitis, a common symptom of venous insufficiency, refers to what? A brawny discoloration of the limb
Which form of venous insufficiency/incompetence pertains to the congenital absence/malfunction of valves? Primary Venous Insufficiency
True reflux lasts for a duration greater than _____________. 1 Second
When utilizing Valsalva maneuver during an exam, when should the sonographer be watching for reflux occur? During the Valsalva Maneuver
During Valsalva, what happens to all venous flow? Stops
With distal compression, flow should ____________. Increase
The 'fascial envelopes' contain which veins? Saphenous Veins (GSV, SSV)
Which term is used for a type of therapy used to treat/clot superficial veins (telangiectasis)? Sclerotherapy
What is the 'gold standard' for diagnosing acute DVT? Contrast Venography
Where are arterial ulcers usually located? Pressure Points, Bony Prominences, Toes, Tibial Area
Created by: smharpenau