the basics of

VASCULAR ULTRASOUND

A vascular ultrasound is a noninvasive method used to evaluate the arteries and veins throughout the body. Such as, the vessels in the neck, abdominal cavity, upper and lower extremities. A vast amount of vascular diseases can be diagnosed with ultrasound. The majority of the times it is usually the imaging modality of choice as ultrasound does not require radiation. 

TYPES OF VASCULAR ULTRASOUNDS

- and many more - 

TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER ULTRASOUND (TCD)

ABDOMINAL AORTA

DOPPLER ULTRASOUND

PORTAL-HEPATIC VEINS

DOPPLER

ULTRASOUND

SUPERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERY (SMA) DOPPLER ULTRASOUND

CAROTID ARTERY

 ULTRASOUND

UPPER AND LOWER EXTREMITY VENOUS AND/OR ARTERIAL ULTRASOUND

RENAL ARTERY DOPPLER ULTRASOUND

INFERIOR VENA CAVA DOPPLER

ULTRASOUND

a large amount of vascular diseases can be diagnosed with ultrasound.

Deep Vein Thrombosis 

Superficial Vein Thrombosis 

Venous Insufficiency  

Arterial Occlusions 

Arterial Stenosis 

Aneurysms 

 

and a lot more...

VASCULAR BLOGS

FROM A SONOGRAPHER'S PERSPECTIVE

VASCULAR COURSES

CREATED BY SONOGRAPHERS FOR SONOGRAPHERS

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Introduction to

AV Fistulas and Grafts Evaluation

This recording belongs to our webinar held on January 9th, 2021. It was a great learning experience where...

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3-DAY
VASCULAR WEBINAR

This is a pre-recorded webinar. You will have access to the recordings and all other study material for 6 months. This activity provides 18 CME credits/ SDMS Approval # 45637

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