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DVT423-JM1

USIDMS Venous Insufficiency

TermDefinition
superficial The _______ system accounts for 15% of the venous blood in the legs.
chronic Step 1 in the venous insufficiency protocol includes ruling out ______ DVT.
limb swelling Chronic _____ ______ is a common symptom of venous insufficiency.
quantitative Spectral Doppler is considered a ____________ approach.
proximal An alternative method to the Valsalva maneuver can be done on the calf veins by performing a ________ compression
1.0 A reflux duration of greater than or equal to _____ is considered abnormal in the deep veins.
terminal The ___________ valve is most important when imaging the GSV for reflux.
3.5 A diameter of greater than or equal to ____ mm in the perforating veins is consistent with incompetency.
ablation Radiofrequency, laser, and sclerosing foam injections are all currently venous _________ procedures
PPG This type of non-invasive venous testing assesses the potential for venous insufficiency by using an infrared light.
APG This type of non-invasive venous testing assesses how well the muscle in the calf works by attaching a special cuff to the lower leg.
Created by: jlmaikranz1