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Upper Extremity Venous

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Are superficial or deep veins more affected by DVT in the upper extremity? Superficial veins.
Does the upper extremity venous system have soleal sinuses? No
T or F: Thrombi in the upper extremities is rare? True
T or F: The radial veins are superficial. False
T or F: The basilic vein is a deep vein. False
What could bilateral edema of the neck, face and arms indicate? Superior Vena Cava Syndrome
What could dilated superficial veins and collateral pathways be a sign of? Paget-Schroetter Syndrome
Where are the superficial veins of the arm most easilly identifiable? In the upper arm.
What landmark can be used to help identify the cephalic vein in the upper arm? The biceps muscle.
How many common configurations does the thigh portion of the great saphenous vein have? Five different common configurations.
Created by: mommy2bca