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USIDMS Upper Extremity Venous

What is Paget-Schroetter Syndrome? venous thrombosis caused by repetitive trauma and intermittent compression
What position should the patient lie in to remove any hydrostatic pressure? flat
What type of transducers are commonly used to evaluate the upper extremity? 5-10 MHz or 10-18 MHz
What landmark is used to identify the IJV? carotid artery
What connects the cephalic and basilic veins? median cubital vein
What does the axillary vein terminate into ? junction of the cephalic and subclavian veins
What is normal appearance of vein walls? thin and smooth
What is the minimum diameter a surgeon will use for a bypass? 2.5-3mm
What artery is often a bifid system? brachial vein
How will a vessel lumen appear with a venous catheter? bright, straight, parallel echoes
Created by: bnlane