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USIDMS Mesenteric Doppler

What is the patient positioning for mesenteric Doppler examinations? Supine with head slightly elevated
How do you know if renals are involved? If AAA is within 2 cm of the celiac or SMA, renals are probably involved.
What is the most cephalad mesenteric vessel? Celiac Axis
What is a branch of the gastroduodenal? Pancreaticoduodenal artery
What is 1 cm distal to the celiac axis? Superior Mesenteric Artery
What arises from the aorta inferior to renal arteries? Inferior Mesenteric Artery
What does the Superior Mesenteric Artery feed? Right gut
What does the Inferior Mesenteric Artery feed? Left gut
What is the most common indication for mesenteric duplex exam? Chronic mesenteric ischemia
What are the variable states of resistance demonstrated with the superior mesenteric artery? High resistance: Fasting Low resistance: Post-prandial
Created by: tncox1