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Giant Lipoma in the Lateral Neck Causing Internal Jugular Vein Deformity

Choi JH, Oh SS, Kim KS, Hwang JH, Lee SY

Lipoma is one of the most common benign soft tissue tumors. However, giant lipomas compressing and deforming the neurovascular structure rarely occur in the lateral neck. A 70-year-old man visited...
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Physician-Modified Fenestrated Endovascular Repair for Iatrogenic Innominate Vein Injury

Lee KB, Pyun AJ, Praeger J, Ziegler KR, Han SM

Iatrogenic innominate vein injuries are rare complications associated with internal jugular venous catheters. These complications are accompanied by high morbidity and mortality rates in patients with severe underlying medical conditions....
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Dilatation of Superior Ophthalmic Vein and Visual Disturbance by Central Venous Stenosis: A Case Mimicking Cavernous Sinus Dural Arteriovenous Fistula

Jeon YH, Yi KS, Choi CH, Kim Y, Park YT

Central venous stenosis is a relatively common complication in hemodialysis patients; however, jugular venous reflux (JVR) and increased intracranial pressure are rare, and associated progressive visual disturbance was reported in...
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Utility of the clavicle as a new anatomical target of internal jugular vein catheterization

Yoo JH, Lee SH

OBJECTIVE: The ipsilateral nipple has been used as a directional guide for the insertion of a conventional central venous catheter via the internal jugular vein (IJV). However, the nipple is...
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Condylar jugular diverticulum: A report of 3 cases

Jagtap R, Wazzan T, Hansen M, Kashtwari

Jugular bulb diverticulum is an irregular extension of the jugular bulb into the temporal bone that may be symptomatic or asymptomatic. The jugular bulb has rarely been reported to extend...
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Needle Entry Angle to Prevent Carotid Sheath Injury for Fluoroscopy-Guided Cervical Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection

Choi J, Ha DH, Kwon S, Jung Y, Yu J, Kim M, Min K

OBJECTIVE: To suggest rotation angles of fluoroscopy that can bypass the carotid sheath according to vertebral levels for cervical transforaminal epidural steroid injection (TFESI). METHODS: Patients who underwent cervical spine magnetic...
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Prediction of air inflow during central venous catheter insertion: experimental study

Jung HJ, Kim YW, Park CM, Park CH, Kang JH, Yoon YS

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the incidence and amount of air inflow during central venous catheter (CVC) insertion. METHODS: This study was an experimental study aimed at designing an apparatus to implement...
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Comparison of Hemodynamic Variables Associated with Cardiac Output in Patients in the Intensive Care Unit

Bae SH, Lee JH, Seo JI, Kwon IH

PURPOSE: Dynamic parameters, including end-tidal carbon dioxide (ETCOâ‚‚), peak velocity variation in the common carotid artery (pvvCCA), distensibility index of the internal jugular vein (dIJV), and distensibility index of the...
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The internal jugular vein as an alternative venous access for a revision of a fractured implantable cardioverter-defibrillator lead

Pae JY, Kim YN, Do MY, Park HS, Han S, Hur SH, Choi SY

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Inhibitory effect of sustained perivascular delivery of paclitaxel on neointimal hyperplasia in the jugular vein after open cutdown central venous catheter placement in rats

Kim S, Kim Y, Hwang JW, Moon SB

PURPOSE: Inhibitory effect of paclitaxel on neointimal hyperplasia after open cutdown has not been elucidated. METHODS: For the control group (n = 16), silicone 2.7-Fr catheters were placed via the right...
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Comparison of internal jugular vein dilation between Valsalva maneuver and proximal internal jugular vein compression

Seong H, Kang B, Kim G

OBJECTIVE: The Valsalva maneuver is recognized as an effective method to dilate the internal jugular vein (IJV). However, this maneuver cannot be performed in many cases, such as children and...
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The Effect of the Valsalva Maneuver on the External Jugular Vein

Moon HS, Jung SH, Yoo SH, Ji JY, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND: The external jugular vein (EJV) is a useful intravenous (IV) cannulation site for anesthesiologists, although it has a relatively high failure rate. Unlike other central veins, visualization of the...
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Ultrasound-guided internal jugular vein catheterization in critically ill pediatric patients

Yang EJ, Ha HS, Kong YH, Kim SJ

PURPOSE: Continuous intravenous access is imperative in emergency situations. Ultrasound-guided internal jugular vein (IJV) catheterization was investigated in critically ill pediatric patients to assess the feasibility of the procedure. METHODS: Patients...
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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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The Effect of Head Rotation and Leg Elevation on Skin Depth, Diameter and Relative Position of the Internal Jugular Vein, and its Implications

Wang IJ, Yeom SR, Han SK, Lee SH, Cho SJ, Park SW

  • KMID: 2333061
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2012 Feb;23(1):62-67.
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of head rotation and leg elevation as it impacts the depth from the skin surface to the internal jugular...
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Lemierre Syndrome

Bang YY, Kim JT, Chang WH, Oh TY, Kong JH

Lemierre syndrome is caused by acute oropharyngeal infections with secondary septic thrombophlebitis of the internal jugular vein and is characterized by frequent metastatic infections. A 56-year-old man presented with severe...
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Fenestrated Internal Jugular Vein: Case Report

Park JY, Lee IH, Song CJ

A 54-year-old woman presented with a submental mass for 10 days. She underwent neck CT and a fenestrated internal jugular vein was incidentally found. We report a case of fenestrated...
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Placement of a Hemodialysis Catheter using the Dilated Right External Jugular Vein as a Primary Route

Park MH, Shin BS

  • KMID: 2344957
  • J Korean Soc Radiol.
  • 2010 Oct;63(4):351-357.
PURPOSE: To evaluate the feasibility that a dilated right external jugular vein (EJV) could be a primary venous access site for large bore hemodialysis catheter placement. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Between January...
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Primary jugular venous ectasia: A rare cause of neck mass

Kim JE, Lee WS, Cho EJ, Kim SW, Kim CJ

  • KMID: 2305814
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2009 Jul;77(1):124-127.
Venous ectasia, also called phlebectasia or venous aneurysm, is an isolated saccular or fusiform dilatation of a vein. Ectasia of the internal jugular vein was once considered rare, but is...
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A Case of Multiple Bony Dehiscences of Semicircular Canals and Vestibule Presenting as Dizziness and Hearing Loss

Chung J, Park SY, Han WH, Lee HS

Dehiscence of the bone overlying the semicircular canals has been shown to have effects on vestibular and auditory function. This case report presents a 48-year-old man presenting atypical vestibular manifestations...
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