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Vascular Technology

DR.Shahina Siddiqui RVT/RDMS

Venous Anatomy

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4.What segment of the lower extremity has the most valves?
6.Perforating veins connect the ---------- venous system to the deep venous system. They have one-way valves that allow venous blood to flow from the ---------venous system into the ------------venous system.
8.---------- in the common iliac vein would cause,Nonphasic waveform in the common femoral vein ,Continuous waveform in the common femoral vein
12.The greater saphenous vein arises from anteromedial aspect of the foot, ascends on the medial aspect of the leg and thigh, and usually terminates at the ____
14.The cephalic vein joins the axillary vein to form---- ------
15.With the transducer on a leg vein, manual compression of a venous segment superior to the site being examined or valsalva maneuver done by the patient should show NO reversal of flow of the Doppler signal lasting more than 0.5 second. This would indicate---------- --------
16.The radial and ulnar veins join to form------ ------
18.Blood flow in the lower extremity veins is spontaneous and phasic with respiration.Flow will slow or cease with--------
22.SFV and of the extremity veins is bifid or duplicated approximately 25%
23.The upper extremity deep venous system consists of • Radial, ulnar veins, Brachial veins, Axillary vein--- ----
24.The lesser saphenous vein arises from posterolateral aspect of the foot, ascends on the posterior aspect of the leg, and usually terminates at the ___
25.------- are found in the following vessel in Deep veins of the lower extremities, Superficial veins of the lower extremities, Perforating veins of the lower extremities
27.With the transducer on a lower extremity vein, manual compression of a venous segment inferior to the site being examined should enhance flow on spectral display. This is known as------- ------- technique
28.When venous flow is seen and heard describes------------
29.------- ---- ---- is an upper extremity superficial vein that connects the cephalic vein to the basilic vein
33.The Profunda femoris vein and ----- -----unite to form the common femoral vein
34.IVC and SVC drain into----- --------
35.Anterior tibial, posterior tibial, and peroneal veins drain into------ -------
36.The brachial veins join the basilic vein to form---- --------
37.The profunda femoris vein brings venous blood flow from the thigh muscle to the----- ------ ------
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1.------- -----courses proximally on the lateral aspect of the forearm and arm
2.The movement of blood in the lower extremity veins is----------- by Calf muscle pump ,Respiratory variation, The presence of competent venous valves
3.The upper extremity superficial venous system consists of Median cubital vein,------ ------- Cephalic vein
5.Valsalva maneuver will _____ venous flow/return from the lower extremity
7.When examining deep vein in the lower extremity, Congestive heart failure,----------- ----------- or fistula can cause pulsatile Doppler signal
9.When examining deep vein in the lower extremity, loss of augmented Doppler signal upon distal compression indicates, ------------ between the site of compression and the site being examined
10.The left and right brachiocephalic veins join to form---- ----- ------
11.Following are a normal lower extremity venous quality, Spontaneity, -------------,Augmentation, Competency
13.The major superficial veins in the lower extremity are--- ----- ---- and lesser saphenous vein
17.Gastrocnemius veins usually bring venous blood from the gastrocnemius muscle to the---- ------
19.What would you expect to happen to the venous Doppler signal in the common femoral vein during expiration?
20.Collapsing of venous walls with slight transducer pressure is-------
21.The subclavian vein joins the ____ vein to form the brachiocephalic vein.
26.Soleal sinuses bring venous blood from the soleus muscle to the----- ------or peroneal veins
30.When venous flow changes cyclically in response to the phases of respiration describes--------
31.When examining a deep veins in the lower extremity, loss of spontaneous Doppler signal when sample volume is placed within the vein indicates,Obstruction at the site being examined , Obstruction superior to the site being examined ,Obstruction --------- to the site being examined
32.When examining deep vein in the lower extremity, loss of phasic Doppler signal when sample volume is placed within the vein usually indicates: Obstruction -----------r to the site being examined

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