Doppler Ultrasound

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Last Updated: 03 May 2022

Doppler ultrasound uses harmless sound waves to review and develop images of blood circulation inside your capillary. This test can locate slim or obstructed arteries and blood vessels because of an abnormality pushing on them or blood embolisms inside. The person who does the ultrasound is called a sonographer. Tell your sonographer if: You've had a stroke; You've had symptoms, such as short-term loss of stamina, problems with vision, pain, or speech or swelling in your arms or legs.

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