Explanation Of Transcranial Color Doppler Examination Results?
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TCCD or Transcranial Color Dopler is a type of examination to find out how the flow of blood vessels in the brain.
This examination is generally done at 4 main points, namely transtemporal window, submandibular window, transorbital window and suboccipital window where the four items show the flow of blood vessels in the brain that are different.
Normally, all the cows can show angkasystolic peak flow velocity, where these results indicate blood flow when the heart pumps blood throughout the body. Having a closed screen written in one of the windows is not a common thing, so it is most likely to indicate an abnormality of blood flow due to an abnormality in a blood vessel or a blockage in a blood vessel.
Therefore, it is highly recommended to consult these results further with a neurologist who is treating you or you can directly ask the doctor who conducted this examination directly because the interpretation of the results of this examination must be done by experts, not by general practitioners.
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