Since Jean Primozich is not in the office I will reply: at the University of
Washington we use the mid CCA as our site for the ICA/CCA ratio - approximately 2
cm from the carotid bifurcation. Obviously if there is tortuosity or plaque
present, this would not be the site of choice - hope this helps.
On 12/7/98, UVM Flownet wrote:
>I'M KNEW TO THIS FEILD AND I KEEP SEEING ABOUT
>PROXIMAL CCA VELOCITIES.
>I WAS TAUGHT TO USE MID CCA. DOES ANYONE HAVE
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