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What condition/ symptom normally happens right above the ankle and is the break down of skin. Patients with this will form ulcers. Stasis dermatitis
What is the name for the procedure that is used for cosmetic reasons. This will decrease the amount of spider veins. Sclerosing foam injection
What type of plethysmography measures volume changes? Air Plethysmography
Bilateral swelling in the legs is consistent with what? Congestive Heart Failure
Which vein connects the basilic and the cephalic at the antecubital fossa? Median Cubital Vein
At the very beginning, within the valvular insufficieny protocol, what is it that we need to rule out? Acute/Chronic DVT
Is it normal or abnormal to have the VRT, Venous Refill Time, greater than 20-25 seconds? Normal-Exam then is complete
A deep regular shape ulcer is of which kind ? Arterial
If a tourniquet is applied to the thigh and has a normal result, (greater than 20 seconds VRT) which vein does this suggest to be incompetent? GSV
A persistent abnormal result for the thigh and calf suggest superficial vein incompetence. True or False False- This suggest the deep veins are incompetent.
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