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Volumetric blood flow measurement using Doppler ultrasound: concerns about the technique

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Blanco, P. Volumetric blood flow measurement using Doppler ultrasound: concerns about the technique. J Ultrasound 18, 201–204 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40477-015-0164-3

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Keywords

  • Velocity Profile
  • Cardiac Cycle
  • Volume Flow
  • Angle Correction
  • Calculated Velocity