Vascular imaging is a test that uses ultrasound (sound waves) to listen to and evaluate the blood flow, blood pressure, circulation and level of oxygen in the blood in your veins and arteries. The ultrasound can produce a picture of the inside of your veins and arteries. A specially trained vascular sonographer performs this test.
This is a noninvasive procedure because the vascular sonographer does not need to insert anything into the veins or arteries.
Following your vascular ultrasound, a printed report will be sent to your doctor.
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