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Blood volume per time measured in: cm3/s.
The sonographic detection of blood flow in vascular ultrasound is limited by factors such as tissue motion (clutter), attenuation properties of the intervening tissue, and slow or low-volume flow.

Different flow types in human body:
point Behaves like stationary tissue = stagnant flow.
point Flow with consistent velocities across a vessel = laminar flow.
point Laminar flow passes through a stricture or stenosis (in the center fast flow, near the walls the flow spirals) = vortex flow.
point Flow with equal velocity = plug flow.
point Flow at different velocities that fluctuates = turbulent flow.
See also Antegrade, Bi-directional Flow, Velocity, Poiseulles Law, and Venous Ultrasound.
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B-flow is an ultrasound imaging mode, which shows flowing blood as well as the vessel walls.
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The flow rate describes the volume of fluid passing through a given vessel per time unit. The flow rate is measured in milliliters per second ml/sec or liters per minute l/min.
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A flowmeter is a device to measure velocity or volume of flow of liquids or gases passing a given point per unit of time.
See also Time of Flight.
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A flowprobe (or flowsensor) measures flow with a transducer by insonating vessels to calculate and depict volume flow of blood.
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