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_____ veins are not imaged with an artery. Superficial
______ perforators are most commonly seen in the calf. Cockett's
Venous flow in the lower extremities should be from _______ to ________. superficial to deep
____ is the longest vein and has the most valves. GSV
What is the name of the maneuver that is done to stop all venous flow? Valsalva
Both ______ and _______ pressure rises when a patient does the Valsalva maneuver. intra-thoracic and intra-abdominal
A dilated vessel can be seen when there is an ______ DVT. acute
The following symptoms correlate with an _____ DVT: swelling, pain, redness, and warmth. acute
A contracted vessel can be seen with a ______ DVT. chronic
A superficial thrombosis can sometimes have an ______ _____ due to its proximity to the skin's surface. palpable cord
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