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DVT423- TR5

USIDMS Renal Doppler

What kidney length is considered atrophic? Less than 9cm
In the aorta, flow above the renal arteries should be low or high resistance? Low Resistance
Where is the right renal artery in relation to the IVC? Posterior to
Where is the left renal vein in relation to the SMA and aorta? Anterior to the aorta, posterior to the SMA
Which arteries run between the medullary pyramids? Interlobar
Which arteries run paralllel to the cortex surface of the kidney? Arcuate
What is a normal RAR? Less than 3.5
What is an abnormal PSV for the renal arteries? 180 cm/s
What is a thickening of the vessel wall which appears as a string of pearls? Renal fibromusclar dysplasia
What signifies rejection in a kidney transplant doppler? Waveforms of the segmental, interlobar, and arcuate arteries demonstrate high resistance with minimal diastolic flow
Created by: taylormrobbins1