Three diagnostic techniques based on the use of directional doppler ultrasound have been evaluated in comparison with direct percutaneous carotid angiography and arch aortography. The results indicate that the non-invasive techniques provide a safe, atraumatic method of assessing patients with symptoms of extracranial occlusive arterial disease.
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