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DVT423- TR1

USIDMS LE Venous Insufficiency

Which type of venous insufficiency is caused by valve damage from previous DVT or venous outflow obstruction? Secondary
Before doing a venous insufficiency study, what should be ruled out? DVT
How much time is considered abnormal for venous reflux in deep veins? Greater than 1 second
Perforator veins run from the _______ system to the ________ system. Superficial, deep
What does Photoplethysmography meaure? How quickly the veins fill back up
What does Air Plethysmography measure? How well the calf muscle pump works
What is considered the "gold standard" to evaluate DVT and venous insufficiency? Contrast Venography
What 3 things make up virchow's triad? Hypercoagulable state, vascular wall injury, circulatory stasis
Where are venous ulcers normally located? What is the usual shape? Near medial malleolus. Shallow, irregular shape.
Where are arterial ulcers normally located? What is the usual shape? Bony prominences. Deep, perfectly round.
Created by: taylormrobbins1