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Non-Invasive Diagnostic Examinations

Doppler ScanArterial and Venus Studies

Lower and upper extremity venus Doppler, color flow Doppler scan and plethysmography.

Performed for: Venus thrombosis (blood clots), limb swelling (edema) or stasis ulcers due to venus insufficiency, varicose veins.


Lower and Upper Extremity Physiologic Arterial Examination and Color Flow Doppler Scan

Performed for: Claudication (pain with walking), or threatened limb loss (resting pain, non-healing ulcers, gangrene), thromboembolism (blood clots), thoracic outlet compression.

Abnormal Vascular Scan

Performed for: Aortic or iliac artery aneurysms, intestinal angina (pain after eating due to arterial blockage), venus clots, hypertension (high blood pressure) due to renal artery blockage.

Carotid and Vertebral Artery Examination

Performed for: Stroke or ministroke (transient ischemic attack), cervical bruit, vertigo (dizziness) and syncope (drop attacks).

Digital Arterial Evaluation

Performed for: Emboli (blood clots), Raynaud's Disease and Phenomenon (coldness and discoloration of the hands and feet), Buerger's Disease.

Penile Arterial Examination

Performed for: Male impotence due to poor arterial blood flow.


Performed by physician referral only.


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