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vertebral and subclavian

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The most common vertebral pathophysiology is the subclavian steal
In Subclavian steal syndrome what causes neuologic symptoms? the reversal flow in the basilar artery
if retrograde flow was detected in the vert art, is the obstruction ipsilateral or contralateral and where Ipsilateral in the sublcavian or innominate art.
With rt subclavian prox obstruction and retrograde vertebrl flow, is the CCA normal or abnormal? normal
Optional stress test for arm Reactive Hyperemia
a differential of 20mmHg or more in systolic arm pressure suggest what.. presence of subclavian obstruction in the side with the lower pressure
TRUE OR FALSE: Innominate art is high resistance False its Lower resistance
The bunny rabbit waveform is what type of waveform and for what disease?? Its Early systolic deceleration waveform and consistent with subclavian stenosis
This waveform is of low amplitude and pronounced delay in the rise time.. Tardus Parvus Waveform
Subclavian artery aneurysms can result from which compression syndrome? Thoracic Outlet Compression
velocities will ___ on the opposite side of a subclavian steal Increase
Created by: amandarose01