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USIDMS Renal Doppler

Segmental arteries are branches of what? Main Renal Artery
Which arteries within the kidneys run parallel to the cortex? Arcuates
Which renal vein courses anterior to the aorta and posterior to the SMA? Left
Of the two renal arteries, which is longer? Right
What angle degree should be used for samples taken within the kidney? 0 Degrees
Which ratio involves dividing the highest renal artery PSV by the PSV of the aorta? Renal-Aortic Ratio
Flow in the aorta superior to the renal arteries will be demonstrated as _________ resistant, while inferior to the renal arteries will be __________ resistant. Low, High
How is the resistive index calculated for each segmental artery? (PSV-EDV)/PSV
Kidney size <9cm defines.. Renal Atrophy
The presence of an early systolic peak is consistent with a (normal/abnormal) exam Normal
Created by: smharpenau