Dawn, listings come in all shapes and forms, worksheets are for the
reader. Reports are a different matter.
I am also assuming you use peak and diastole velocities. We use Data
Check with the carotid schematic printed out with each carotid study
velocities and description of the plaque.
Most radiologist report common carotids first on the list with ratios
on the bottom and ECA' most likely away since easily transposed as an
It is also just as important to list your diagnostic criteria for the
ICA PRX AND MID 1-19%, 20-39%, 40-59%, 60-79%, 80-99%. Also check
with your local surgeons as to what criteria they would like from your
There is currently no diagnostic criteria for the bulb with ICAVL,
therefore most do not list. Are you following ICAVL or ACR.?
Guidelines from each on line site may be further help. Happy scanning.
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Denise Levy RVT, RDMS, RDCS
Vascular Ultrasound Specialist
On Jun 29, 2013, at 10:05 AM, Dawn Stirrat <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello my vascular gurus!
> Just posing a question. When you look at a carotid worksheet, do you prefer to see your velocities with the ECA located at the top or do you prefer to see it where the items are listed:
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