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Peripheral vascular ultrasound: how, why and when. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, London, 2nd edition, Doppler shift frequency fd : ft — frThrush A, Hartshorne T.

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Peripheral vascular ultrasound: How, why and when. All Doppler ultrasound examinations shouldbe performed with:Tahmasebpour HR et al. RadioGraphics ; 25 : — PSV Use of spectral baselineNormal baselineInverted baselineDropping baseline RadioGraphics ; 24 : — Peripheral vascular ultrasound.

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Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, London, Ultrasound Clin ; 1 : 79 — Color mapBaselineWall filter Changing color baselineKruskal JB et al. Examples of different color mapsThrush A, Hartshorne T. Inversion of color flowKruskal JB et al. Reversal of this inversionAppropriate directional flow notedPortal venous flow appears blueFalsely suggests flow reversal Inversion of spectral flowKruskal JB et al. Doppler angle effectsThrush A, Hartshorne T.

Color box steeringChanging angle of insonationLarge angleUnusable imageSmall angleGood imageModerate angleFlow is not optimalSteered either left or right by a maximum of 20 — 25Sensitivity of transducer decreases as beam is steeredThrush A et al. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2nd edition, Color box steered in more than one direction todemonstrate flow in the whole vesselColor box steeringThrush A et al.

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Adjusting color velocity scaleKruskal JB et al. Adjusting color gainKruskal JB et al.

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Adjusting color wall filterFilter setting displayed on color scale horizontal arrow Filter too highRemoving low flowFilter setting reducedDisplay low flowThrush A, Hartshorne T. Doppler panel on console of manycontemporary US imagersEach parameter can be adjusted to optimize spectral orcolor Doppler components of the examinationKruskal JB et al.

Kruskal JB et al. Once a transducer selectedpreset choices includes: Making sense of vascular ultrasound. Arnold, London, Apex of parabola moves awayfrom concave wall at a curveApex of parabola moves awayfrom outer wall at bifurcation Arterial high resistance flowTypical normal Doppler spectraNormal anterior tibial arteryTriphasic flow DPA following exerciseMonophasic hyperemic flow Arterial low resistance flowTypical normal Doppler spectraNormal internal carotid artery Doppler equationConverting Doppler shift frequency to velocity Flow through a stenosisThrush A, Hartshorne T.

Ultrasound Clin ; 1 : — Proximal: 2 cm proximal to stenosisSame Doppler angle if possible Spectral broadeningImmediate post-stenotic zone Venous valveTwo cups of a valve clearly seenIt is uncommon to see venous valves with this clarity PhasicityFlow changes with respirationSlow ApneaRapid Compressibility of veinsDo not press too hard since the normal vein collapsesvery easily making it difficult to find11 External compression of the veinRelaxation CompressionA Augmented flow in popliteal veinAug Competent vein