Categories: Banter, Continuing Medical Education, health, medical imaging, phlebology, radiology, ultrasound education, varicose veins, vein disease, venous reflux

Tags: diagnostic medical ultrasound, diagnostic testing, endovenous ablation, health, phlebology, varicose vein treatment, varicose veins, vascular training, venous reflux, venous ultrasound

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  1. Wow, these results are not what I was expecting. It appears like most facilities are either using valsalva or manual augmentation to do venous insufficiency exams. I was taught using an automatic inflator cuff on standing patients. Are all these methods equally diagnostic?