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So then if an arterial duplex is performed, and there is no stenosis visualized,
but simply calcific shadowing seen along the walls of the large vessels. And
still, triphasic waves are seen. Then how would you interpret the results?
Personally, I would probably say something like this:
No evidence of arterial stenosis in the large vessels of the lower extremities
bilaterally. The ankle brachial index is unreliable due to non-compliant
(calcific) vessels. Note is made of decreased toe pressures, suggestive of
small vessel disease.
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