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DVT398-KT2

USIDMS Lower Extremity Venous

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Which common iliac vein is more prone to DVT? The left, it sits behind RIA and can become collapsed
With doppler evaluation, which way does venous flow travel during inspiration? up, towards the baseline
Name the zone in which problems often arise, with venous insufficiency, in the distal lower extremity? Gaitor Zone
What vessels join to form the popliteal vein? Anterior tibial vein & tibioperoneal trunk
What connects the GSV to the popliteal vein? Boyd's perforators
What percentage of blood does the deep venous system carry? 85%
What differential diagnosis of calf swelling and pain has an "ant farm" appearance on ultrasound? Lymphedema
Limb swelling, local tenderness, and acute onset on symptoms are consistent with which vascular system? venous system
The congenital absence of valves is associated with what type of insufficiency? primary insufficiency
Name the three components of Virchow's triad: circulatory stasis, hypercoagulability, and intimal injury
Created by: katraylor