Doppler scanning

Doppler scanning

Doppler scanning

A procedure in which ultrasound images are used to watch a moving structure such as the flow of blood or the beating of the heart.
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Doppler scanning can be very useful if a vet is concerned about a congenital hole-in-theheart or a leaking heart valve as it can show unusual blood turbulence.
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Hence, preoperative Doppler scanning may be considered in cases with palpable radial disease, those with widespread peripheral vascular disease, or cases with a positive Allen's test where one is under pressure to use as many arterial grafts as possible [14].
Noninvasive doppler scanning in experienced hands is highly sensitive but computerised tomographic (CT) angiography with 3-D reconstruction is ideal for anatomic details and planning the management by allowing imaging of adjacent soft tissue and bony structures with enhanced sensitivity and specificity8.
They include coronary angiography, electromagnetic flowmetry, TTFM, thermal angiography, doppler velocity measurements, epicardial color Doppler scanning, and intraoperative fluorescence imaging (IFI).
The results of electrocardiography showed ST-T depression in the lateral leads, and echocardiographic Doppler scanning revealed mild aortic regurgitation.
Tissue Doppler scanning, which has been available only for the past few years, may show changes in diastolic relaxation even in the absence of significant hypertrophy.
Is portable carotid Doppler scanning cost effective?
2014: A time-space synchronization of coherent Doppler scanning lidars for 3D measurements of wind fields.
For performing the Doppler scanning of the lower limb arterial system, the patient was made to expose both the lower limbs in the supine position on the scanning couch.