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James F. Benenati, MD
Non Invasive Testing vs Imaging Exams: When to Order What?
James F. Benenati, MD
05/20/2013 | Time : 31 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Title, Non invasive vascular testing& imaging: modalities, Peripheral arterial evaluation - goals, Evaluation of PVD - who to test, PAD, Non-invasive lab – value of objective testing, PVD, Physiologic testing for PVD, Image, Non-invasive vascular testing - information provided, Vascular imaging studies limitations, Noninvasive vascular testing – exercise testing, Where is the disease?, MRA images, Angiographic images, Where is the disease?, MRA images, Angiographic images, Arterial duplex exam, Peripheral arterial duplex - velocity criteria, Non invasive vascular testing –duplex scanning, Arterial duplex scanning advantages, Arterial duplex scanning limitations, Arterial duplex imaging, Imaging exams, MRA image, No inflow disease on MRA, Left popliteal occlusion with reconstitution of AT and peroneal, CTA and angiographic images, Non invasive testing: which test to order and when, Non invasive testing: physiologic evaluation vs imaging, Non invasive testing

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Keywords : ABI, ankle brachial index, anterior tibial artery, claudication, color Doppler, femoral artery, iliac artery, PAD, peripheral arterial disease, peripheral vascular disease, peroneal artery, plethysmograpgy, popliteal artery, pseudoclaudication, pulse volume recording, PVD, PVR, segmental leg pressures, spectral Doppler, superficial femoral artery

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