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DVT 423- KN 2

USIDMS Lower Extremity Arterial

Water has a ______ viscosity compared to blood. low
The highest pressure in the arterial system is in which part of the heart? left ventricle
As velocity increases the area decreases. What principle is this? Bernouillis
What supplies the flow to the arterial wall? vaso vasorum
The site of symptoms always occurs _______ to the site of disease. distally
what is the most common arterial pathology? atherosclerosis
what is the most common area for an aneurysm? infra-renal
monophasic signal proximal to an obstruction will display a _______ sign drumbeat
monophasic flow distal to a stenosis will display what type of sign? tardus parvus
Analog Doppler cannot detect velocities less than ___ cm/s 6
Created by: kmniemeier2