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DVT398- AP3

USIDMS Upper Extremity Venous and Mapping

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Reverberation artifact and "Rouleaux" formation are common in what upper extremity vessel? Internal jugular vein
What is Paget- Shcroetter Syndrome? Spontaneous thrombosis of subclavian-axillary vein usually due to extrinsic compression
What is usually the first vessel of choice for a coronary bypass procedure? Great saphenous vein
What does mapping procedure #3 involve? Determining the suitability of the radial artery for a CABG procedure
What are the 3 superficial veins in the upper extremity? Cephalic, basilic, and median cubital
Bilateral abnormal venous flow in both upper extremities along with symptoms of facial edema, dilation of neck veins, and bilateral arm swelling are characteristics of what venous condition? Superior vena cava syndrome- results from thrombosis or compression of SVC or rt atrium
Retrograde flow in the internal or external jugular vein and jugular arch suggests an obstruction in what vessel? Innominate vein
What vessel in the hand helps feed blood to all the digits and must be patent before a radial artery is harvested for a bypass? Palmer arch
Abducting the arm away from the body with the palm up may help visualize which vein in the arm? Axillary vein because when the arm is bent in, it may compress it against the chest wall
What kind of flow is usually present in the subclavian veins? Pulsatile, phasic with respiration
Created by: ampund