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Listen to Don.  The Renal Vascular exam is just loaded with pitfalls and
places to make important errors.  Get'em to get you some training.  I think
the notion of "just picking it up as we go" is expecting way too much for
even experienced and expert sonographers.

On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 5:10 PM, Betty-Sue/Elizabeth <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

>  So the general sonographer needs some down to earth tips and tricks.  We
> are teaching ourselves RAS and making our own hx sheets.  yikes (doesn't
> even begin to cover it)  so I could use some simple answers, like: Do you do
> a full renal study first and then do the vasc part?  Must we include the
> bladder pre and postvoid?  Are the hx questions the same as on abd/renal
> (like hematuria? N&V? etc)Will I see the string of pearls with color or only
> on angio?  Oh my gosh I can go on and on. Will it always take more than an
> hour? Should they only be done first thing in the AM? Does gas-ex really
> make a difference? If I don't see the mid renal A at all can I still get
> some kind of diagnoses?  Well, you guys start firing them back and if you
> want to fax me your favorite hx sheet that would be a bonus!  248-937-5020
> attn Elizabeth/Ultrasound  tanks a million
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