Pheripheral arterial Doppler ultrasound (arterial arms) uses high frequency sound waves to assess the blood flow of arteries in the arms. It can be performed for a variety of conditions, including Raynaud’s Syndrome and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome.
We do our best to have our radiologists interpret the information and forward the results to your doctor by the next business day.
This exam is covered under your Alberta Health Care Plan. It is not currently offered at our Saskatchewan clinics.
Please ensure that you bring your requisition with you to your appointment.