Doppler color flow

Dopp·ler color flow

(dop'lĕr),
a computer-generated color image produced by Doppler ultrasonography in which different directions of flow are represented by different velocities and directions. See: Doppler ultrasonography.

Dopp·ler co·lor flow

(dop'lĕr kŭl'ŏr flō)
A computer-generated color image produced by Doppler ultrasonography in which different directions of flow are represented by different hues.
See: Doppler ultrasonography
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Use of Doppler color flow imaging for differential diagnosis of vascular malformations: a preliminary report.
Two Doppler color flow signs that also predicted placenta accreta were areas of turbulent or complicated blood flow at the uteroplacental interface, and irregular blood flow underlying the maternal urinary bladder, he said in a poster presentation.
Utility of Doppler color flow imaging for identification of femoral arterial complication of cardiac catheterization.
Pseudoaneurysm of the femoral artery after cardiac catheterisation: diagnosis and treatment by manual compression guided by Doppler color flow imaging.
Finally, Doppler color flow mapping has been of use recently as an adjunct to the echocardiographic assessment of aortic dissection.[27]