Vascular Scanning

What are vascular scans?

Vascular scanning is a range of tests that create pictures to assess blood vessels including arteries and veins and their blood flow.

These scans diagnose vascular conditions such as atherosclerosis, blood clots, aneurysms, and other vascular disorders. The results of vascular scans guide treatment decisions and monitor the effectiveness of treatments.

Vascular scans produce images to help assess your body’s vascular system including your arteries and veins.

They detect and evaluate the narrowing of arteries and veins and any blockages within them, bulges in weakened blood vessel walls, and blood clots. They produce images of these vessels and their blood flow. Arteries or veins in your neck, arm, leg, or abdomen are most commonly examined.

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