Patients with catheters located within the right venous system
, RA, RV, or PA underwent right heart catheterization, utilizing Gunther Tulip Vena Cava MReye Filter and Retrieval set of COOK Instrument, which utilizes a metal gooseneck handle for the removal.
Although these portosystemic shunt pathways allow blood flow between the portal venous system
and the systemic venous circulation in the setting of severe portal hypertension, retrograde air flow does not require a pressure gradient to traverse portosystemic shunts.
4,5] Comparable areas in the lower-extremity venous system
include both (but especially the left) common iliac veins where they are crossed by the right common iliac artery (Fig.
1,2 The double or persistent left superior vena cava (PLSVC) is a common anomaly in thoracic venous system
All patients underwent a detailed Doppler ultrasound study of the lower limb venous system
Several technical recommendations and protocols for venous system
MRI study have been provided with a detailed description of pros and cons of all imaging sequences currently used [7-11].
However, since our patient was on positive mechanical ventilation, it was more likely that a gas bubble entered the venous system
from a nearby air-containing space airway or pneumothorax space.
The venous Doppler US of the lower extremities demonstrated grade-2 insufficiency in the superficial venous system
; yet no insufficiency of the deep venous system
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The opportunity to provide appropriate care to treat his ruptured spleen and prevent critical collapse of the venous system
would not have been lost and on the balance of probabilities the loss of his life could have been prevented.
The embryological development of the caval venous system
is complex and occurs in the gestational week 6-9, involving the renal veins as well.
Retrograde infusion is a minimally invasive technique in which a catheter is inserted through the venous system
into a patient's coronary sinus.