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Applications of Doppler ultrasound in clinical vascular diseaseDoppler ultrasound has become the most useful and versatile noninvasive technique for objective evaluation of clinical vascular disease. Commercially available continuous-wave instruments provide qualitative and quantitative assessment of venous and arterial disease. Pulsed Doppler ultrasound was developed to provide longitudinal and transverse cross-sectional images of the arterial lumen with a resolution approaching that of conventional X-ray techniques. Application of Doppler ultrasound in venous, peripheral arterial, and cerebrovascular diseases is reviewed.
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Document Type
Conference Paper
Barnes, R. W.
(Iowa Univ. Iowa City, IA, United States)
Hokanson, D. E.
(Iowa Univ. Iowa City, IA, United States)
Sumner, D. S.
(Iowa Univ. Iowa City, IA, United States)
Strandness, D. E., Jr.
(Iowa Univ. Iowa City, IA, United States)
Date Acquired
August 8, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1975
Publication Information
Publication: Soc. of Photo-Opt. Instrumentation Engrs. Cardiovascular Imaging and Image Processing
Subject Category
Aerospace Medicine
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