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Varicose veins are common in the adult population, occurring in approximately one third of men and women. Several endovenous treatment options are now available, including radiofrequency, laser thermal, and foam ablation. These minimally invasive procedures rely on the use of ultrasound for safe...
Arteriovenous formation in the neck is commonly a result of trauma to the craniocervical region or from a medical intervention such as jugular venous catheterization. We report a case of a left vertebrojugular arteriovenous fistula formation caused by a traumatic blow to the neck that was...
Plethysmography and continuous-wave Doppler were the noninvasive testing modalities that predominated in the 1970s diagnostic vascular laboratory. Grayscale ultrasound imaging (with a mechanically guided, pulsed-wave [PW] Doppler) was in its infancy, although PW Doppler-derived mapping had been...
Ultrasound reports describe carotid plaque as being located within the bulb or bifurcation. These terms are used interchangeably; however they refer to two distinct regions. The purpose of this study was to determine the presence of a bulbous region within the common (CCA), internal (ICA) or...
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