The introduction of Doppler imaging has dramatically changed the diagnostic evaluation of suspected carotid disease. Doppler sonography provides a rapid, non-invasive, relatively inexpensive and accurate means of diagnosing carotid stenosis. Physicians have long sought methods for identifying stroke-prone patients, with the hope that timely intervention might avert stroke and its accompanying disability.
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Color And Duplex Doppler Imaging Evaluation Of Extracranial Carotid Artery In Patients Presenting With Transient Ischaemic Attack And Stroke- A Clinical And Radiological Correlation
SK SETHI, RS SOLANKI, H GUPTA