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John S. Pellerito, MD
Doppler Evaluation of Peripheral Arterial Disease
John S. Pellerito, MD
11/30/2014 | Time : 36 min
About This Lecture:

A presentation about diagnosing peripheral arterial disease. Review techniques and protocols for duplex examination. Discuss the diagnostic criteria for arterial stenosis. List color and pulsed Doppler signs of significant disease.

Topics mentioned in this video : In this presentation, Diagnostic tests, Noninvasive diagnosis of peripheral arterial disease, Significant stenosis, Ankle/brachial index, Indirect tests, Image, Limitations of noninvasive tests, Doppler imaging protocols, Protocol for lower extremity evaluation, Lower extremity arterial mapping, Focused duplex and color flow Doppler examination, SFA stenosis, Common sites of atherosclerotic disease, Technique, Normal peripheral arterial waveform, Sonographic image, Normal peak systolic velocities, Criteria for the classification of peripheral arterial stenosis, 1-19% diameter reduction minimal disease, 20-49% diameter reduction moderate disease, 50-99% diameter reduction significant disease, Occlusion, Collateral flow, Right leg pain, Right CFA, Right proximal SFA, Right distal SFA, Duplex Doppler in peripheral arterial disease, Color Doppler in peripheral arterial disease, Duplex of peripheral arterial disease, Color flow findings in peripheral arterial disease, Focal color change, High grade stenosis, Color aliasing, Color bruit, SFA occlusion, Pulsed Doppler finding sin peripheral arterial disease, SFA stenosis, Post stenotic turbulence, Leg pain, Sonographic image, Right arm pain, Sonographic image, Where is the lesion?, Left external iliac artery, Vein bypass stenosis criteria, Sonographic image, Angioplasty site stenosis criteria, Peripheral stents, Conclusions

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Keywords : ABI, ankle-brachial index, aorta, arterial collateralization, arterial occlusion, Atherosclerosis, atherosclerotic disease, axillary artery, biphasic waveform, CFA, color aliasing, color bruit, color Doppler, common femoral artery, common iliac artery, external iliac artery, flow reversal, high grade stenosis, indirect tests, innominate artery, lower extremity peripheral arterial disease, monophasic waveform, Peak systolic velocity, peripheral arterial disease, popliteal artery, post stenotic turbulence, posterior tibial artery, PSV, PTA, pulse Doppler, pulse volume recording, PVR, sagittal plane, segmental pressure measurements, SFA, spectral broadening, spectral envelope, spectral window, subclavian artery, superficial femoral artery, tardus parvus waveform, tibial arteries, transverse plane, triphasic waveform

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