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USIDMS Upper Extremity venous

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located superficially along the lateral aspect of the biceps muscle cephalic vein
symptoms of this include: facial edema, dilation of neck veins, bilat arm swelling superior vena cava syndrome
name the superficial veins in the upper extremity cephalic, basilic, and median cubital
what are the deep veins in the upper extremity? brachial, radial, ulnar, axillary, subclavian, internal jugular, innominate, and superior vena cava
what do deep veins have that superficial veins do not have? accompanying artery
which upper extremity vein is typically hard to compress due to its location along a bone? subclavian
subclavian, axillary, and the internal jugular veins demonstrate which 2 types of flow? respiratory phasicity and cardiac pulsatility
what is the best position for imaging an arm? supine
repeated compression on the subclavian and axillary vein can lead to an "effort thrombosis" called? Paget-Schroetter Syndrome
what is created to sustain patients with end stage renal failure? hemodialysis graft
Created by: kmniemeier2