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DVT423- HM 5

Renal Doppler

What is considered an abnormal renal aortic ratio? equal to or greater than 3.5
What must you see to diagnose a renal artery occlusion with ultrasound? must see renal artery with no flow
The _______________ is a feature that should be present in a normal indirect renal Doppler exam. early systolic peak (ESP)
T/F A normal indirect renal Dopper exam should have a long acceleration time. false, it should have a hort acceleration time
What is the most common etiology of renal artery disease? atherosclerosis
Where is the most common site for fibromuscular dysplasia? renal arteries
T/F Atherosclerosis is more common in men than women true!
T/F Medial fibromuscular dysplasia is not associated with plaque? true!
FMD occurs where in the renal arteries? mid to distal segments
To and frow flow in the renal vein presents with what? renal vein thrombosis
Created by: hnmcroy