Arterial Doppler Right Lower Limb
What is Arterial Doppler Right Lower Limb?
Arterial Doppler right lower limb is a radiological investigation used to check the blood flow from the veins and arteries of the right lower limb. The test assists as a diagnostic method for injuries of the blood vessels of the lower limb.
The most common symptom of arterial Doppler right lower limb is muscle pain. The pain of muscles often goes away when you stop stretching them in any form of exercising. Muscles need a good amount of blood flow. For this investigation, several cuffs are wrapped around the right lower limb, and it takes around and for the test to be completely performed.