Angle correction in transcranial Doppler sonography.


Since the introduction of transcranial Doppler sonography in the early 1980s, flow velocity estimates have assumed a 0- to 30-degree angle of insonation. Based on limited radiological and anatomical studies, such as assumption appeared justified, and seemed to confer only minimal potential for error due to the cosine function in the Doppler formula. The… (More)


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