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ISUOG Practice Guidelines: use of Doppler ultrasonography in obstetrics.
The technique is to recognize the uterine artery by color Doppler ultrasonography and then multiple catalogues are used to attain, evaluate and calculate various indices with the help of Pulsed-wave Doppler ultrasonography.
Color Doppler ultrasonography as a routine clinical examination in male infertility.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate water pipe-related acute neurological effects and cerebral blood flow using transcranial Doppler ultrasonography and serum S100b protein level measurements.
Except for the melanotic stool, these indicators are not pathognomonic.3,4 Doppler ultrasonography, angiography or scintigraphy may demonstrate the vascular occlusion, but this is not a mystery.5 If there is no contraindication, sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy is a unique method to identify the mucosal viability.6 Endoscopic signs of bowel gangrene include devitalized brown-black mucosa and gangrenous blood-stained effluent.5,6 In surgery, bowel gangrene is easily diagnosed by means of a brown-black bowel segment.8
For the diagnosis of Leriche syndrome, ankle brachial index measurement, duplex Doppler ultrasonography, and CT angiography are important imaging modalities.
The fact that the renal transplant is located superficially in the iliac fossa, unlike the native kidneys, which are located deeper in the retroperitoneum, is an additional advantage for its visualization and evaluation of its vascularization with Doppler ultrasonography. Morphologically, the renal transplant is similar to the native, healthy kidney with the distinction that the pyramids are more easily visualized in renal transplant, and the minor calyces and renal pelvis are often slightly dilated due to edema at the vesico-ureteric anastomosis in the early postoperative period (19).
Usefulness of color Doppler ultrasonography (CDUS) and three-dimensional spiral computed tomographic angiography (3D-CT) for diagnosis of unruptured abdominal visceral aneurysm.Hepatoastroenterology 2002; 49: 1728-30.
Doppler ultrasonography. Doppler ultrasound provide real time information on the vascular architecture and hemodynamic aspects of the vessels (3).
Colored Doppler ultrasonography, MRA, and computerized tomographic angiography can be used as additional diagnostic techniques.
Doppler ultrasonography represents an additional tool to assess fetal viability, by characterizing blood flow through maternal, fetal and placental circulations.