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Cindy A. Owen, RDMS, RVT, FSDMS
Carotid Doppler Protocol and Top Tips
Cindy A. Owen, RDMS, RVT, FSDMS
11/15/2010 | Time : 38 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Standardized protocol Optimize B mode image to enhance low level gray scale, Use advanced imaging features, Standardize Doppler location for ICA/CCA ratio Don’t rely on temporal tap to differentiate ECA/ICA, Use color Doppler as a roadmap, Walk the Doppler through stenosis to obtain peak velocity, Walking the Doppler isn’t just for stenosis Compare RT/LT CCA Doppler, Be sure the study tells the right story, Enjoy your work

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Keywords : 2D imaging, Atherosclerosis, B flow, B mode ultrasound, carotid dissection, carotid plaque, carotid ultrasound, CCA, color Doppler, common carotid artery, compensatory flow, compound imaging, Doppler aliasing, Doppler shift, Doppler sweep speed, Doppler ultrasound, Doppler waveform, dynamic range, ECA, end diastole, external carotid artery, frequency shift, gate size, grey scale map, grey scale ultrasound, harmonic imaging, ICA, ICA/CCA ratio, internal carotid artery, overall gain, peak systole, post-stenotic turbulence, power Doppler, PRF, pulse repetition frequency, sample volume size, speckle reduction, spectral broadening, spectral Doppler, subclavian artery, tardus parvus waveform, temporal tap, TGC, time gain compensation, ultrasound artifact, vertebral artery

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