Venous Disease

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Anonymous
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Venous Disease
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2013-07-03 18:26:18
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Mechanisms of Venous Disease
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  1. Which of these patients would LEAST likely be considered at high risk for DVT?
    1- 62y/o F w/ fractured hip
    2- 36y/o M w/ Hodgkins disease
    3- 75y/o F w/ TIA
    4- 18y/o M w/ MVA recovery
    5- 72 y/o F overweight/CHF
    75 y/o w/ TIA
  2. What is the primary concern in patients with acute DVT?
    Pulmonary Embolism may occur
  3. The greatest pressure of venous HTN in secondary varicose veins occurs:
    during muscle contraction
  4. What is included in Virchow's triad?
    stasis, hypercoagulability, intimal injury
  5. what percentage of PE originates from LE DVT?
    > 90%
  6. chronic venous insuffiency and ulceration are:
    chronic but controllable
  7. A varicose vein is most often:
    A dilation of the GSV or superficial tributary
  8. A Baker's cyst is a collection of:
    Synovial fluid from the knee joint
  9. where would a thrombus found in the soleal v propate to?
    PTV's
  10. What percentage of untreated calf-vein thrombosis is thought to propagate to a proximal level (pop or above)?
    15-20%
  11. What is a complication of deep venous recanalization?
    damage to the venous valves, allowing reflux

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