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USIDMS Upper Extremity Venous

The ____________ is used as a landmark to find the internal jugular vein that runs alongside it. carotid artery
The internal jugular vein will be _______ if the patient is sitting or standing. collapsed
The beginning of the brachiocephalic veins at the confluence of the __________ and _________ veins is the region of this vessel that is most often examined. subclavian, internal jugular
The subclavian vein is visualized above and below the ______. clavicle
At or near the antecubital fossa, the cephalic vein communicates with which vein? median cubital vein
The median cubital vein connects which two veins? cephalic and basilic veins
Is the axillary vein a deep or superficial vein? deep vein
Compression of which two veins are not usually performed due to their positions? brachiocephalic and subclavian veins
If the walls fail to coapt or completely close together, a ________ should be suspected. thrombus
A superficial vein thrombus will have the same appearance as a ___________ thrombosis. deep vein
Created by: pahead