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Edward  G. Grant, MD
Upper Extremity Venous Ultrasound
Edward G. Grant, MD
09/13/2010 | Time : 30 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Upper extremity venous thrombosis – etiologic factors, Upper extremity venous thrombosis – complications, Technique, Normal venous anatomy, Brachial artery and vein – sonographic example, With and without compression, Axillary vein - sonographic example, Internal jugular vein - sonographic example, Subclavian vein - sonographic example, Normal venous pulsations, Catheter in basilic vein Upper extremity venous ultrasound – acute, Sonographic examples – upper extremity thrombosis, Venography, Axillary vein catheter - sonographic example, Collateralization, Proximal and distal extent of thrombus, Contralateral comparison, Partial thrombosis, Extrinsic cause for thrombosis, Venous access lines Upper extremity ultrasound – chronic, Lack of pulsatility, Venous aliasing, Venogram, Central thrombosis/occlusion, Venous pseudoaneurysm, IJV pseudoaneurysm – sonographic example

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Keywords : acute upper extremity DVT, aliasing, axillary vein, basilic vein, biphasic waveform, brachial vein, brachiocephalic vein, cephalic vein, chronic upper extremity DVT, color Doppler, effort thrombosis, innominate vein, internal jugular vein, monophasic waveform, orthogonal plane, Paget-von Schrotter syndrome, partial thrombosis, PE, PICC line, post-thrombotic syndrome, power Doppler, pulmonary embolus, sagittal plane, scalene muscle, spectral Doppler, subclavian vein, transverse plane, triphasic waveform, upper extremity deep vein thrombosis, upper extremity DVT, upper extremity thrombus, upper extremity venous ultrasound, venous access line, venous pseudoaneurysm, venous thrombosis, venous valves

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