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Renal arteries Dopplerfluxometry: normal systolic and diastolic flow velocities and resistive index values in the main renal arteries



Renal arteries Dopplerfluxometry: normal systolic and diastolic flow velocities and resistive index values in the main renal arteries



Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 58(4): 691-693



The aim of this study was to use dopplerfluxometry technique to calculate the resistive index of main renal arteries in dogs. The systolic and diastolic blood flow velocities were measured. A total of 20 adult mongrel dogs (10 males and 10 bitches) were used in this study. The dogs were submitted to Doppler sonographic evaluation of left and right main renal arteries.

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DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352006000400040


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