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Complete type persistent left cranial vena cava with patent ductus arteriosus in a Bichon Frise dog

Jung HJ, Jang A, Han CH, Bae SW, Lee JH

Persistent left cranial vena cava (PLCVC) is a remnant vessel connected with the coronary sinus and draining into the right atrium. A 3-month-old intact male Bichon Frise was evaluated for...
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The Anomalous Left Brachiocephalic Vein in Adults

Yoo HW, Kim YT

PURPOSE: To classify anomalous left brachiocephalic vein (LBCV) in adult without cardiac anomaly, and evaluate CT findings of anomalous LBCV. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This study included 32 patients who were diagnosed...
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Incidentally Found Absence of the Left Brachiocephalic Vein with Venous Return Through the Left Superior Intercostal Vein in an Adult Patient: Venography and CT Findings

Yoon BR, Kwon SH, Oh JY, Youn HC, Oh JH

A 63-year-old male patient was referred for venography of the thoracic venous system and multidetector computed tomography (CT) due to the unusual location of the left subclavian catheter tip. His...
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Retroaortic Course and Azygous Continuation of an Aberrant Left Brachiocephalic Vein

Ä°kidaÄŸ M

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Surgical Reconstruction for High-Output Chylothorax Associated with Thrombo-Occlusion of Superior Vena Cava and Left Innominate vein in a Neonate

Ok YJ, Kim YH, Park CS

We report a case of high-output chylothorax associated with thrombo-occlusion of the superior vena cava (SVC) and left innominate vein (LIV) following an arterial switch operation in a neonate. The...
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Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return Accompanied by Normal Superior Pulmonary Veins in the Left Upper Lobe: A Case Report

Kim DE, Kang MJ, Lee J, Bae KE, Kim JH, Kang TK, Kim SH, Kim JY, Jeong MJ, Kim SH

Partial anomalous pulmonary venous return is a rare congenital pulmonary venous anomaly, in which some of the pulmonary veins drain into the systemic circulation rather than the left atrium. Many...
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Venous Reflux on Contrast-Enhanced Head and Neck Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Analysis of Causative Factors

Shin DJ, Lee EJ, Bae JM

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to analyze the causative factors of venous reflux on contrast-enhanced head and neck magnetic resonance angiography. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed 150 patients...
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Central venous catheter malposition due to dialysis catheter: a case report

Rao PB, Singh N, Samson S

A 56-year-old man on maintenance hemodialysis was admitted to the intensive care unit with septic shock and coagulopathy. As there was a dialysis catheter in the right internal jugular vein,...
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Internal Jugular Vein Thrombosis Presenting with Elevated Intraocular Pressure

Choi YJ, Kim YT

PURPOSE: To report a case of elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) caused by internal jugular vein thrombosis. CASE SUMMARY: A 58-year-old male diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy visited our clinic for a regular...
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Surgical Results of Third or More Cardiac Valve Operation

Sohn SH, Hwang HY, Kim KH, Kim KB, Ahn H

BACKGROUND: We evaluated operative outcomes after third or more cardiac operations for valvular heart disease, and analyzed whether pericardial coverage with artificial membrane is helpful for subsequent reoperation. METHODS: From 2000...
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Pacemaker Lead Fracture Treated with Splinting and Venoplasty

Kim JE, Yoon NS, Park HW, Cho JG

A 56-year-old man was admitted for pacemaker generator replacement. We identified a partial fracture in the proximal part of the lead just after the conjunction of the atrial and ventricular...
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Misinsertion of central venous catheter into the suspected vertebral vein: a case report

Yang SH, Jung SM, Park SJ

We experienced a case in which a central venous catheter (CVC) was misplaced into the wrong vein, which was mistaken for the internal jugular vein (IJV), identified by chest x-ray...
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Double Left Brachiocephalic Veins with Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava: A Case Report

Kwon OH, Lim JK, Lee JK, Hwang MS

Anomalous left brachiocephalic vein (ALBCV) is a rare condition of the major thoracic veins. It is usually associated with a congenital cardiac anomaly. Most reports on ALBCV are on aberrant...
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Unusual venous route of pulmonary artery catheter in a liver transplant recipient: pericardiophrenic or highest intercostal vein?: a case report

Park JH, Sim KC, Lee S, Hwang GS

We report an extraordinary case in which the venous route for pulmonary artery catheterization was unusual. A 41 year-old woman with an end-stage liver disease underwent a living-donor liver transplantation....
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Acute right heart failure caused by iatrogenic brachiocephalic arteriovenous fistula following orthopedic surgery

Kim KH, Yoon HJ, Ahn Y, Jeong MH, Cho JG, Park JC, Kang JC

  • KMID: 2070118
  • Korean J Intern Med.
  • 2014 Jul;29(4):529-531.
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Dialysis Catheter-Related Superior Vena Cava Syndrome with Patent Vena Cava: Long Term Efficacy of Unilateral Viatorr Stent-Graft Avoiding Catheter Manipulation

Quaretti P, Galli F, Moramarco , Corti R, Leati G, Fiorina I, Maestri M

Central venous catheters are the most frequent causes of benign central vein stenosis. We report the case of a 79-year-old woman on hemodialysis through a twin catheter in the right...
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Novel Partial Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection Associated with Brain Abscess

Koka A, Sachdev A, Yazbeck MF, Bell RD, Farrellc C

  • KMID: 2400176
  • J Clin Neurol.
  • 2014 Jan;10(1):55-58.
BACKGROUND: Right-to-left vascular shunts are associated with brain abscess. CASE REPORT: We present a 47-year-old female with a cryptogenic left thalamic abscess on which Streptococcus mitis grew upon aspiration. Computed tomography...
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An Unusual Case of Superior Vena Cava Syndrome Caused by the Intravascular Invasion of an Invasive Thymoma

Kim HJ, Cho SY, Cho WH, Lee DH, Lim DH, Seo PW, Park MH, Lee W, Lee JH, Kim DH

  • KMID: 2320470
  • Tuberc Respir Dis.
  • 2013 Nov;75(5):210-213.
Superior vena cava syndrome (SVCS) is usually caused by extrinsic compression or invasion of the superior vena cava (SVC) by malignant tumors involving mediastinal structures. Although thymomas are well-known causes...
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Ultrasound-guided subclavian catheterization in pediatric patients with a linear probe: a case series

Park SI, Kim YH, So SY, Kim MJ, Kim HJ, Kim JK

Central venous catheterization (CVC) can be difficult, especially with pediatric patients in critical care. Accessing the subclavian vein (SCV) can cause serious complications, including pneumothorax, arterial puncture, and hemothorax. Recently,...
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An Unusual Cause of Left Brachiocephalic Vein Occlusion: Extrinsic Compression by the Aortic Arch in a Hemodialysis Patient

Nam HC, Kang SH, Kim YJ, Lee SL, Kim YO, Yoon SA, Yun YS

  • KMID: 2082471
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2013 Apr;84(4):597-601.
The most common cause of central venous obstruction including left braciocephalic vein is intrinsic stenosis associated with a previous central venous catheter or other devices. Occasionally, patients with no history...
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