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USIDMS Upper Extremity Venous

What syndrome is caused by a repeated extrinsic compression of the subclavian and axillary vein that can lead to thrombosis of these vessels? Paget-Schroetter Syndrome
A retrograde flow pattern in the anterior jugular vein and jugular arch suggest an obstrution in what area? Innominate Vein
When imaging a PICC line, we want the transducer to be parallel or perpendicular to the catheter? Pick one Perpendicular
When a vein divides into two segments then rejoins into one, what type of system is this ? Bifid System
The distal radial artery is on average have many millimeters (inside diameter) on a male? 2.8 mm
Which waveform suggest that the palmar arch is not intact ? Flatline/ Nearly Flatline
What syndrome causes edema of the neck, face, and arms that are usually bilaterally? Superior Vena Cava Syndrome
Stents, Pacemaker wire,and indwelling venous catheter is what type of injury? Intimal Injury
Within the upper extremity , which vein doesn't belong in the deep vein category. -Axillary -Radial -Cephalic -SVC -Cephalic , this is a superficial vein
A normal internal jugular vein should be either strongly phasic, continous , or pulsatile ? Strongly pulsatile
Created by: admcellhin