duplex imaging


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duplex imaging

A form of ultrasonography that incorporates both gray-scale imaging for the architecture of the tissue and a color Doppler signal for flow or movement within the tissue.
See also: imaging
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Aly s et el found that compared with angiography, duplex imaging was able to detect arterial disease with an overall sensitivity of 92 per cent, specificity of 99 per cent, positive predictive value 91 per cent and negative predictive value 100 per cent, and with a k value of 0.87 (95 per cent confidence interval (c.i.) 0.81-0.93).
Comparison of Duplex imaging and arteriography in the evaluation of lower limb arteries.
Bishop found that compared with angiography, duplex imaging was able to detect arterial disease with an overall sensitivity of 92 per cent, specificity of 99 per cent, positive predictive value 91 per cent and negative predictive value 100 per cent, and with a k value of 0.87 (95 per cent confidence interval (c.i.) 0-81-0-93).