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10,499 Possible Causes for Left, basal, lateral, segmental, vein

  • Lateral Wall Myocardial Infarction

    Although the patient's past medical history did not include hypertension, coronary disease, or hyperlipidemia, an arteriogram revealed a lesion in the left main coronary artery[] Tx and *N intervention for MI - emergency drugs include MONA M - morphine O - oxygen N - NTG (SL, paste, inhaler) A - aspirin (chewable) - monitor ECG - keep IV KVO (keep vein[] Of The Circulatory System Block: Ischemic Heart Disease (410-414) Related Descriptions: Acute myocardial infarction of apical-lateral wall Acute myocardial infarction of basal-lateral[] Register ST segment depression in lateral limb leads in inferior wall acute myocardial infarction: Implications regarding the culprit artery and the site of obstruction -[] This combination can occur in occlusion of a dominant left circumflex coronary artery which supplies the inferior, posterior and lateral walls of the left ventricle.[]

  • Azygos Continuation of Inferior Vena Cava

    Abstract We report a case of anomalous continuation of the inferior vena cava with azygos vein, defect of left pericardium, and dysgenesis of lobes of the lungs.[] During our procedure, we first established a bypass between the right femoral vein and the jugular vein in case of injury to the azygos vein, and we then performed a McKeown[] The echocardiogram showed situs solitus in levocardia; basal vessels with normal arrangement; intact interatrial and interventricular septa; normal valves; preserved left[] Absence of the inferior vena cava (IVC) shadow on the lateral chest film has been claimed to be an important feature of AC-IVC.[] Arrhythmogenicity of the hepatic segment of IVC in interruption of IVC has never been reported.[]

  • Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction

    CONCLUSION: This study suggests that myocardial bridging plays a role in left ventricular function in the acute stage of inferior wall MI.[] We think patients undergoing pulmonary vein ablation for atrial fibrillation should be informed of this threatening complication.[] Of 30 RF current applications that terminated VT, 21 (70%) were at basal isthmus sites.[] RESULTS: An advanced age of more than 74 years, female gender, lateral wall extension, complete atrioventricular block, bundle branch block, and cardiac free-wall rupture[] […] asynergy of the posterior segment as significant factors related to PQ segment depression.[]

  • Cardiac Sarcoidosis

    left ventricle 4 .[] Access to the circulatory system for the biopsy may be through the jugular vein in the neck or the femoral vein at the groin.[] The basal part of the interventriculair septum is particularly prone to involvement.[] It was reinstituted 18 months later when other organ system involvement developed with no recurrence of the ventricular tachyarrhythmia.[] […] manifestations were high-grade atrioventricular conduction block (n 4), heart failure (n 2), ventricular extrasystole (n 2) and acute myocarditis with chest pain and ST-segment[]

  • Anterior Myocardial Infarction

    CONCLUSION: Left ventricular thrombus is a frequent complication after ant-MI with systolic dysfunction.[] Amiodarone was administered in saline infusion 10–20 mg/kg, within 4 to 10 hours, through a central vein.[] The individual myocardial velocity, strain, and strain rate values of each basal, mid, and apical segment were obtained.[] Abstract We report a case of anterior myocardial infarction in a middle-aged man without risk factors for atherosclerosis in whom myocardial bridge was diagnosed several years later[] BACKGROUND: ST segment elevation of chest lead V4 R is associated with worse prognosis in acute inferior ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI).[]

  • Posterior Myocardial Infarction

    […] acute posterior myocardial infarction was facilitated because the fresh electrocardiographic changes of true posterior myocardial infarction abolished the old pattern of left[] Cardinal signs of RVI are unexplained hypotension, distended jugular veins with Kussmaul's sign (increased jugular vein pressure on inspiration) and clear lung sounds; 14[] Left anterior (left) and transverse (right) oblique views of the heart showing the extremely posterior position of the basal portions of the lateral wall.[] Together with the changes in inferior and lateral leads, the full diagnosis is inferior, posterior and lateral wall infarction.[] Left ventriculography also showed akinesis of segments 2, 3 4 and 6, and reduced wall motion in segments 1, 5 and 7.[]

  • Pulmonary Arteriovenous Fistula

    Abstract Arteriovenous fistulas with venous drainage into the left atrium are a rare anomaly.[] Before the extrapericardial pulmonary vein is declamped, one of the drainage veins is incised halfway and the pooled blood containing the potential clots is completely washed[] She developed pulmonary infarction in the left lung 2 d later, which recovered without sequelae.[] Video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) was conducted for a segmental resection of the basal segment of the left lung.[] We report successful treatment of a patient with diffuse left-sided PAVF with PAB.[]

  • Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformation

    A follow-up computed tomographic scan of the chest showed a large amount of fluid in the left thorax.[] In this report, we describe the imaging findings in this case and discuss congenital anomalies of the pulmonary veins.[] Selective balloon occlusion angiography of RLL pulmonary artery disclosed three moderate to large pulmonary AVMs in the medial basal and posterior basal segments.[] Postoperative recovery was excellent and 1 year later the patient reports no further neurological symptoms. 40% of such lesions exhibit symptoms, however, only one-third are[] RESULTS: The venous sac and the distal arterial segment of the A4 AVM were successfully embolized with detachable coils. The A4 AVM was completely occluded.[]

  • Scimitar Syndrome

    Abstract Hypoplastic left ventricle with scimitar syndrome is a rare combination of anatomic lesions.[] KEYWORDS: Scimitar syndrome; cardiac anatomy and pathology; meandering pulmonary vein; scimitar variant[] Miyake H, Hori Y, Takeoka H, Takuma M, Kawagoe T, Mori H. systemic arterial supply to normal basal segments of the left lung: Characteristic features on chest radiography[] A right lateral endoscopic approach with robotic instrumentation (LEAR) was utilized with excellent early and long-term results. 2015 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.[] The syndrome consists of a right-sided abnormal lung segment that is directly supplied by arteries from the aorta and has an anomalous venous drainage to the inferior vena[]

  • Recurrent Pyogenic Cholangitis

    RESULTS: During the study period from 1994 to 2004, 17 patients underwent left lateral segmentectomy for RPC.[] […] cholangitis is predominantly located in the atrophic hepatic lobes and in the hepatic lobes of biliary calculi and is associated with the narrowing or obliteration of the portal vein[] No significant difference was found in the common bile duct pressures, the Oddi's sphincter basal pressures or the amplitude, frequency and duration of phasic contractions[] A total of 10 non-Asian US patients with benign segmental cholangiectasia were included in this study.[] The mean operative time was 172 /-63.5 min (range, 75--290 min) and there were three open conversions (10%), due to (1) intraoperative bleeding from the left hepatic vein,[]