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DVT423-TB3

USI DMS Mesenteric Doppler

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Compression of the third or transverse segment of the duodenum against the aorta by the SMA is? SMA compression syndrome
What causes high velocity signals that appear as a stenosis and are improved with deep respiration? Median arcuate ligament compression syndrome (MALS)
What is the most common artery associated with aortic dissection? SMA
What is the largest branch of the Celiac artery? Splenic artery
What are the typical waveforms of the SMA when fasting and postprandial? Fasting is high resistance and postprandial is low resistance
What is the pancreaticoduodenal artery a branch of? Gastroduodenal
What does the SMA Supply blood to? Distal duodenum, small intestine, and ascending/transverse colon
What is the Meandering mesenteric artery also known as? Arc of Riolan
Chronic mesenteric ischemia more commonly occurs in who and between what age range? Women between 40 - 70 years
Which arteries make up the "Seagull sign"? Celiac axis, common hepatic artery, and splenic artery
Created by: Tburris5