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  • Absence of Innominate Vein

    447, 506, 511 – – Folge 508, 512 – – MRT-Sequenz 514 – traumatische 162 f – Vasospasmus 34 Subarachnoidalraum 21, 392 – Erweiterung 147, 162 – lumbaler 386 – spinaler 384[] […] superior pulmonary vein draining to the left innominate vein via vertical vein.[] Tibial Veins: Drain blood from the posterior calf 2 veins originate at the confluence of the plantar arches At the ankle the PTVs course posterior to the medial malleolus[] During the eighth week of embryonic life, the left anterior cardinal vein undergoes a process of atresia, disappearing, after the innominate vein develops an anastomosis with[] Origin and course The left superior intercostal vein forms by the union of the 2 nd to 4 th left posterior intercostal veins.[] The first tributaries of the facial vein include the supratrochlear, supraorbital, and superior ophthalmic veins (which drain the forehead and orbit); other tributaries include[] @article{Akpinar2012PersistentLS, title {Persistent left superior vena cava, absence of the innominate vein, and upper sinus venosus defect}, author {Ibrahim Akpinar and Muhammet[] Cavo-spinal phlebography in myelopathies. Stenoses of internal jugular and azygos veins, venous compressions and thrombosis. Acta Radiol Suppl . 1976;347:415-417. 42.[]

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  • Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava

    Abstract The internal jugular vein and the spinal accessory nerve are important landmarks during neck dissection; unexpected variations in their positions can result in inadvertent[] Abstract A persistent left superior vena cava (PLSVC) is formed by the remains of the oblique vein of the left atrium, which is not completely degenerated during embryonic[] Persistent left superior vena cava Superior vena cava(on left) In anatomy , a persistent left superior vena cava (PLSVC) is the most common variation of the thoracic venous[] We managed to position electrodes in the right ventricular outflow tract, a posterior branch of the coronary sinus and in the right atrium.[] During the eighth week, the left brachiocephalic vein (in-nominate vein) combines with the right brachiocephalic vein and gives rise to the vena cava superior (VCS; normal[] […] persistent left SVC Draining into right atrium Starts at junction of left subclavian vein and left internal jugular Passes lateral to aortic arch Receives left superior intercostal[] Common presentations include a dilated CS trunk and few tributaries with abnormal angulations.[] This reduces the free posterior wall space to which the common pulmonary vein is anastomosed for repairing the anomalous connection.[]

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  • Azygos Continuation of Inferior Vena Cava

    The azygos vein was dilated approximately up to the width of the spinal column. Intercommunication of both lungs could be seen.[] 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[] 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.[] Posterior NCS refers to the condition, in which vascular narrowing was secondary to the compression of the retroaortic left renal vein while it is crossing between the aorta[] The hem iaz ygos vein norm all y run s parallel to th e left border of the sp ine and at th e level of th e eighth and n inth th ora cic vertebrae (T, -T ,,) cross es th e[] The enlarged azygos vein made video-assisted thoracic surgery so difficult that conversion to a minithoracotomy and transection of the right superior intercostal vein were[] CHAPTER 110 Inferior Vena Cava and Its Main Tributaries The inferior vena cava (IVC) and major tributary veins are retroperitoneal structures with unique anatomic and developmental[] Overloaded and enlarged venous structures have the potential to compress the nervous system (either the spinal nerves and spinal cord or thecal sac), eventually causing neurologic[]

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  • Dilation of Vein of Galen

    -the connective tissue membranes that envelop the brain and spinal cord - Dura mater (outermost and thickest layer) -Arachnoid mater/arachnoid (delicate middle layer) -Pia[] Abstract Neuroradiologic and neuropathologic findings on neonatal aneurysmal dilation of the vein of Galen are reported.[] […] new field of structural heart disease, the book examines: Acquired valvular heart disease Post-myocardial infarction ventricular septal defects PFO closure Closure of the left[] The most characteristic vascular supply to the midline fistula involved multiple bilateral vessels, although bilateral posterior cerebral and unilateral posterior cerebral[] This developmental process takes place at around the eighth week of gestation. 6 , 10 During the same period, arteriovenous shunting between numerous choroidal arteries and[] Azygos vein receives posterior intercostal veins , esophageal veins, bronchic veins, pericardial veins and mediastinal veins, also hemizygos vein .[] The procedure uses N-butylcyanoacrylate (NBCA) glue as the embolisation agent, which in this case was inserted through the left posteriomedial choroidal artery.[] Dandy-Walker complex Classically, posterior fossa cystic malformations have been divided into Dandy-Walker malformation, Dandy-Walker variant, mega cisterna magna, and posterior[]

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  • Congenital Anomaly of Superior Vena Cava

    […] gland) 759.2 patella 755.64 peripheral vascular system 747.60 pituitary (gland) 759.2 respiratory organ or system NEC 748.9 rib (cage) 756.3 scapula 755.59 shoulder 755.59 spinal[] A rare congenital heart disorder in which all four pulmonary veins are not connected to the left atrium and drain into the systemic veins or the right atrium instead.[] In the latter case, a right-to-left shunt ensues, with venous blood from left side of the head and neck draining into the left atrium.[] These may affect the common cardinals, anterior and posterior cardinals, and primitive jugular veins.[] The superior intercostal vein drains the second through the fourth intercostal spaces. The right superior intercostal vein communicates with the azygos knob.[] Adult survival is expected, with longevities recorded in the sixth, seventh, and eighth decades. 12, 20 Effort intolerance, dyspnea, and light-headedness develop late if at[] Persistent left superior vena cava Superior vena cava(on left) In anatomy , a persistent left superior vena cava (PLSVC) is the most common variation of the thoracic venous[] Other configurations are possible, with the left superior intercostal vein forming a communication between the left SVC and the accessory hemiazygous vein forming a left-sided[]

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  • Anomalies of Great Veins, Congenital

    […] of brain, nervous system, and spinal cord Congenital, of brain, nervous system, and spinal cord: disease of brain, nervous system, and spinal cord lesion of brain, nervous[] A rare congenital heart disorder in which all four pulmonary veins are not connected to the left atrium and drain into the systemic veins or the right atrium instead.[] The persistent superior vena cava usually connects to the left upper corner of the left atrium between the attachment of the left atrial appendage and the left pulmonary veins[] Posterior part of the left arch involutes.[] The normal left-sided aortic arch results from regression of the eighth segment of the right dorsal aorta.[] The left SVC drains the tributaries of the left subclavian and jugular veins into the CS via the oblique vein of the left atrium (vein of Marshall).[] […] bifida- Without mention of hydrocephalus 742 : Other congenital anomalies of nervous system 742.5 : Other congenital anomalies of nervous system- Other specified anomalies of spinal[] They occur occur when there is an abnormal connection between arteries and the deep draining veins.[]

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  • Cervical Aortic Arch

    […] gland) 759.2 patella 755.64 peripheral vascular system 747.60 pituitary (gland) 759.2 respiratory organ or system NEC 748.9 rib (cage) 756.3 scapula 755.59 shoulder 755.59 spinal[] […] arch aneurysm consisting of multiple saccular aneurysmatic excavations, proximal aortic arch narrowing, a right subclavian artery aneurysm and subaortic left innominate vein[] The x-ray film findings are discussed, and the similarity to the right posterior aortic arch is stressed.[] In a normal fetus, at the eighth week of the fetal development, the ventral precardinal anastomosis which becomes the left brachiocephalic vein later, develops between both[] Surgical access was performed through median sternotomy and an additional left lateral thoracic incision through the fourth intercostal space.[] […] the pulmonary arteries and, until birth, the ductus arteriosus. arterial arch one or more arteries that form an anastomotic connection between two more or less parallel tributaries[] […] right cervical aortic arch, left descending aorta and Kommerell's diverticulum from which the left subclavian artery arose with anomalous subaortic left brachiocephalic vein[] Studies of these patients in biplane (frontal and lateral), as well as the right posterior oblique projection in order to precisely define the order of branching, is recommended[]

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  • Thoracic Duct Obstruction

    […] peritoneum and lower body to the cranial cavity and spinal canal.[] Simple mechanical obstruction of the hepatic veins in otherwise normal dogs increases the outflow of lymph from the thoracic duct from 2.4 to 6.2 times, with an average increase[] Abstract A case is presented in which intermittent swelling of the face, left upper limb and both lower limbs was associated with steatorrhea.[] Thoracic duct cyst of posterior mediastinum: a “challenging” differential diagnosis. Ann Transl Med 2016;4(9):166. doi: 10.21037/atm.2016.04.12[] Embryology The thoracic duct develops during the seventh and eighth week of gestational life from two vessels anterior to the aorta , which become the left and right embryonic[] […] side upper left intercostal lymph trunk is responsible for draining the left upper 5 intercostal spaces which then drain into the more distal, left side of the thoracic duct[] Synonyms: Paget-von Schrötter disease, axillary subclavian deep vein thrombosis (ASDVT), upper-extremity deep vein thrombosis, upper-limb deep vein thrombosis, effort-induced[] […] imaging (MRI) angiography performed with the patient with both arms raised above the head demonstrated a thoracic outlet syndrome with segmental occlusion (arrow) of the left[]

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  • Arteriovenous Malformation

    BACKGROUND: Spinal vascular malformations as a group are rare, and coexistence of a spinal arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in or around the spinal dysraphism is extremely[] Multivariate analysis showed that hyperlipidemia (P 0.05) was predictive of draining vein stenosis.[] Abstract This video demonstrates stereotactic-guided resection of a ruptured diffuse left temporal arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in an adolescent male who presented with[] The day after the second embolization, the patient was operated on via a posterior temporobasal craniotomy.[] INTERVENTIONS: On the eighth day after birth, because of the aggravation of heart failure, emergency surgery for excision of umbilical AVM was performed.[] Left T7 intercostal arteriogram (anteroposterior view), midarterial phase, shows large intercostal draining vein ( arrow ).[] Digital subtraction angiography confirmed cirsoid-type left renal arteriovenous malformation combined with left renal vein ostial stenosis.[] KEYWORDS: Central nervous system – vascular malformations; Intracranial arteriovenous malformations; Cerebral veins – abnormalities; Hydrocephalus; Case reports[]

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  • Congenital Stenosis of the Inferior Vena Cava

    G55.3* Similar advice was provided in VICC #1922 Spinal cord compression secondary to neoplasm published in the May 2004 ICD Coding Newsletter.[] […] of the pulmonary veins.[] The route from hepatic vein to the orifice of the left SVC was placed at the lateral side of the left sided atrium, and this route was connected to the right sided atrium[] The commissure between the two is the point of maximal displacement and is at the posterior border of the ventricular septum.[] The IVC develops sequentially, primarily between the sixth and eighth gestational weeks, with the formation of anastomoses and posterior regression of three paired veins:[] The patient had adynamic precordium, point of maximal impulse at the 5th intercostal space left intercostal space, no thrill, no heave, S1 normal, S2 split, normal rate, regular[] Tributaries T8: paired inferior phrenic veins T8: hepatic veins 3 L1: right suprarenal vein L1: renal veins L2: right gonadal vein L1-L5: lumbar veins L5: common iliac veins[] During the fourth to the eighth week of gestation, the IVC is formed through a variety of stages of anastomoses and regressions of three complete pairs of primitive veins:[]

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