Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...

Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...

Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...

Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...

Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...

Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...

Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...

Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...

Pedersen, Mads Møller Pihl, Michael Johannes Haugaard, Per Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov Lange, Theis Lonn, Lars Nielsen, Michael Bachmann Jensen, Jørgen Arendt

Abnormal blood flow is usually assessed using spectral Doppler estimation of the peak systolic velocity. The technique, however, only estimates the axial velocity component, and therefore the complexity of blood flow remains hidden in conventional ultrasound examinations. With the vector ultrasound technique transverse oscillation the blood velocit...