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Arterial doppler shows anterior intraosseous artery is of low resistive pattern. What does low resistive pattern mean. Is this normal?

Arterial doppler shows anterior intraosseous artery is of low resistive pattern. What does low resistive pattern mean. Is this normal?

Perhaps a fistula: Arterial blood flow has both systolic and diastolic flow. In your case, the diastolic flow may be increased, perhaps due to a fistula or other connection that has formed over time or resulted from some trauma. The significance depends on the clinical history and findings - they may have little or no significance, but you should see a vascular surgeon if you are uncertain. ...Read more

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Artery (Definition)

Arteries are a type of blood vessels. We can divide blood vessels into 2 categories. Arteries are high pressure vessels which deliver (red) oxygen + blood out into the body. Veins on the other hand or low pressure vessels which return (dark) oxygent - blood from the body ...Read more


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Arterial doppler shows small collateral branches within the musculature of forearm. Is this normal. If not what does this mean.

Arterial doppler shows small collateral branches within the musculature of forearm. Is this normal. If not what does this mean.

May be normal: U may see this if you are exercising & gaining muscle mass. If no swelling of the arm. If u have swelling it could mean deep venous obstruction & u need 2 find the cause. Either ur pcp or a peripheral vascular specialist. ...Read more

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Friend told me that you can have arterial issues even when the pulse strength and temperature in the extremities are normal. Is this true?

Friend told me that you can have arterial issues even when the pulse strength and temperature in the extremities are normal. Is this true?

Not very often.: If one has normal pulse strength and the temp is warm and the nails blanch easily then the likelihood of vascular abnormalities is small. Can have artery inflammation but this is rare and if no pain doubt you have problems. ...Read more

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1.5 x 1.3 x 1.2 CM simple cyst on right ovary. Disease lead to a normal arterial flow in right ovary. 1.7 x 1.2 x 1.3 CM left ovary cyst. ??

Normal: This sounds completely normal.Follicles are simple cysts in which eggs grow and they develop on ovaries every month. We once thought that cysts after menopause were always abnormal but ultrasound has taught us that this is just not so. Small simple cysts can be completely normal even after we run out of eggs. The normal blood flow is confirmation that they are normal, We worry if complex/more flow ...Read more

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What is the normal range for arterial blood gas?

What is the normal range for arterial blood gas?

Blood gas: Ph: 7.35-7.45 pco2: 35-45 hco3: 22-26 po2:80-100mmhg o2 saturation:95-100mmhg. ...Read more

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What are the normal ranges in arterial blood gas?

What are the normal ranges in arterial blood gas?

See below: Here are the "ideal" values. However, it all depends on the situation and the relationships between the numbers (i.e. Is the body compensating appropriately for the situation). Ph: 7.35-7.45, po2 80-120, pco2 38-42, hco3 22-28. ...Read more

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Would a person with a high amount of arterial plaque be likely to have a faster than normal resting heart rate?

Would a person with a high amount of arterial plaque be likely to have a faster than normal resting heart rate?

Not necessarily: not necessarily, a person with a " high amount of arterial plaque" has a higher chance to have a myocardial infarction ( heart attack), but heart rate can be either high or low, it can be low if this person has a heart block or high if he/she has atrial fibrillation or some type or arrhythmia ...Read more

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I had an arterial blood gas drawn today and now my wrist is really swollen. It only hurts a little. Is this normal or cause for concern?

I had an arterial blood gas drawn today and now my wrist is really swollen. It only hurts a little. Is this normal or cause for concern?

Hematoma wrist: its difficult to tell without seeing you, the main concern is that blood leaks enough to cause compression on the nerved and blood supply to the hand. the important things to look at in the speed of progress of the swelling, or development of pain, pain on passive stretch of muscles in the hand. I suggest urgent medical review ...Read more

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A muscle mass at the back of the neck is this signs of arterial blockage or stroke?Been to cardio and rehabilitation all say it was normal

Not vascular: The mass you describe may be the soft tissue overlying the c7 spinous process (vertebra prominens). Many people have a hump there (in the midline). Blood vessels run in the anterior neck, and blockage/stroke risk etc will not present as back of neck mass. ...Read more

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