A pulse volume recording (PVR) study is a noninvasive vascular test in which blood pressure cuffs and a hand-held ultrasound device are used to obtain information about arterial blood flow in the arms and legs. This test is done to diagnose peripheral artery disease.
There are several types of PVRs, including:
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