Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1997;37(3):661-668.
Portal blood flow measurement by doppler ultrasonography in dogs
Jai-ki Sung, Young-won Lee, Hee-chon Lee, Yong-ju An, Ho-jung Choi, Jung-hee Yoon
College of Veterinary Medicine, Seoul National University
도플러 초음파를 이용한 개의 간혈액량의 측정
성재기, 이영원, 이희천, 안용주, 최호정, 윤정희
서울대학교 수의과대학
Abstract
Portal blood flow was measured with pulsed doppler ultrasound in thirty normal dogs. In normal dogs, the average portal blood flow velocity was $17.03{pm}1.75cm/sec$ and the average portal blood flow was $41.59{pm}10.10ml/min/kg$. The incident angle between the doppler beam and the portal vein averaged $65^{circ}$. The average portal vein sectional area was $0.41{pm}0.14cm^2$. The Congestion index was $0.0245{pm}0.0081cm{cdot}sec$. Conclusively, the spectral doppler ultrasonography was quick, non-invasive and simple diagnostic method in circulatory disorders of liver.
Key Words: dog, pulsed doppler ultrasound, portal blood flow velocity, portal blood flow, congestion index


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