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USIDMS Lower Extremity Venous

Accompanying artery with veins is termed as __________. Venae comintantes
True or false. Superficial veins have a corresponding artery. False.
What 3 conditions must exist for DVT to occur? Circulatory stasis, venous wall trauma, and hypercoagulable state
What causes venous ulcers? tissue is breaking down from a lack of oxygen and nutrients
What are normal Doppler waveforms for venous flow? spontaneous signal and phasicity
What is another name for a synovial fluid bulge into the popliteal sapce? Baker's cyst
What is the infection in the soft tissue or connective tissue of the skin? Cellulitis
What is the congenital absence of valves within veins? Avalvular veins
What occurs when a piece of thrombus breaks off and loges into a pulmonary artery? Pulmonary embolism
Steady, continuous flow suggests what? Proximal DVT or extrinsic compression
Created by: anhake