Online it says there the same but the ultra sound says measures kidney and hilux and cortext valve.
so wouldn't a Doppler renal image measure renal artery blood flow?
A renal Doppler, also known as a renal ultrasound procedure, is a non-invasive testing process that uses ultrasound technology to allow a physician to see the kidneys and surrounding blood vessels. This test is used to detect kidney abnormalities, assess blood flow to the kidneys, and clarify abnormalities detected during prior tests. Though the procedure itself is painless, associated risks are possible in some cases and should be discussed with a physician prior to testing.
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