Limited bilateral noninvasive physiologic studies of upper or lower extremity arteries

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What is a Limited Bilateral Noninvasive Physiologic Study of Upper or Lower Extremity Arteries?

A limited bilateral noninvasive physiologic study of upper or lower extremity arteries is a medical imaging procedure used to assess the health of the arteries in the arms and legs, with the aim of diagnosing associated conditions or diseases.

Why Would I Get a Limited Bilateral Noninvasive Physiologic Study of Upper or Lower Extremity Arteries?

This procedure would be recommended in order to determine the health of the arteries in your arms or legs. It can help to diagnose diseases such as arteriosclerosis, carotid artery disease, and peripheral arterial disease, as well as any other risks that could be present due to circulation.

What Happens During a Limited Bilateral Noninvasive Physiologic Study of Upper or Lower Extremity Arteries?

For this procedure, a technician or doctor will use specialized equipment to obtain high-resolution images of the upper or lower extremity arteries, allowing them to detect any blockages or narrowing in the arteries. During the procedure, the patient might need to wear a compression device around the arm or leg for better imaging.

What to Expect After a Limited Bilateral Noninvasive Physiologic Study of Upper or Lower Extremity Arteries?

After the procedure, you may experience a soreness or bruising in the affected area. This is because the compression device that was used during the procedure causes a bit of pressure around the area, which can cause soreness afterwards.

Conclusion

A limited bilateral noninvasive physiologic study of upper or lower extremity arteries is a procedure that helps diagnose and monitor any diseases or conditions related to the arteries in the arms and legs. The procedure is typically performed with a specialized imaging device and a compression device. After the procedure, the patient might experience some soreness or bruising in the affected area.

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