The correct diagnosis of vascular disease requires both good knowledge of the clinic and reliable instrumental diagnosis. In fact, different arterial or venous occlusive patterns may show similar clinic features, but require different therapies. It is for this reason that a reliable diagnostic test is required. The echocolor Doppler is the ideal tool: it is reliable, feasible at the bedside, repeatable, and with high diagnostic accuracy.
Symtomatic VS. Asymptomatic Stenosis (Chap.2)
Not hemodynamic carotid plaque but "at risk" (chap.5)
Franco Accorsi, MD
Member of the Order of Physician of Bologna n° 6728
I am a specialist in Medical Angiology and I am based in Bologna, Italy. Until 2008 (voluntary resignation) I worked at Maggiore Hospital in Bologna as "Dirigente Medico" in the Department of Internal Medicine and as Angiologist in the Angiology Unit with a position of "Alta Professionalità" in "Vascular Ecography and Angiology".
I am currently working in Bologna as an independent professional in the areas of angiology and vascular diagnostics.
I have been a speaker at national and international courses/congress and I have taught duplex ultrasound method in GIUV and SIUMB courses at the Maggiore Hospital, Bologna and courses of echocolor Doppler of extracranial and intracranial arteries at the Stroke Unit of S. Maria Nuova Hospital, Reggio Emilia.