common iliac vein


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formed by the internal and external iliac veins

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Iliac vein compression syndrome (IVCS), also known as May–Thurner syndrome or Cockett syndrome, is characterized by left common iliac vein (LCIV) compression by the right iliac artery (RIA) and the fifth lumbar vertebra.
Transplant surgeons should be informed of all patients on the waiting list with current or previous catheters beyond the common iliac vein confluence (or within both external iliac veins) for more than 30 cumulative days, as difficult transplantation should be anticipated.
Anterograde movement is a frequent finding however, this report is concerned about retrograde migration of a bullet from thorax to the abdomen into the right common iliac vein.
Retroperitoneal exploration revealed a 13mm laceration on the posterior aspect of the left common iliac vein, a 10mm laceration on the postero-medial aspect of the right common iliac artery.
Veress needle and primary trocar entry require critical attention to the angle and direction of the thrust relative to the abdominal cavity, with a midline entry angle of 45[degrees] to 60[degrees] recommended to avoid the aorta and left common iliac vein
Congenital atresia of the inferior vena cava, common iliac veins, and left innominate vein.
Extreme care should be exercised during the procedure to avoid any damage to the underlying common iliac vein or the ureter.
In two of these four variations, the left renal veins drained to the left common iliac vein and the other two left veins drained to the inferior cava vein.
The findings also suggest that a narrow left common iliac vein may predispose women to thromboses in this location, and that this risk facor could be addressed with endovascular stenting, said Dr.
The findings also suggest that a narrow left common iliac vein may predispose to thromboses in this location, and that this anatomical risk factor could be addressed with endovascular Stenting, according to Dr.
The guidewire was located in the venous route from the superior vena cava to the beginning of the right common iliac vein.
May-Thurner is a congenital anatomic variant in which the right common iliac artery overlies and compresses the upper left common iliac vein against the lumbosacral spine or pelvic rim.
Mallory TH: Rupture of the common iliac vein from reaming the acetabulum during total hip replacement: A case report.
This is probably because that the left iliac veins join at an angle; being constantly pressed by the loaded left colon, the common iliac artery crossing over the common iliac vein and the longer course traversed by the left iliac veins, unlike the right lower limb is not much subjected to these anatomical disadvantages.
Beijing, China) was used to measure the diameter of the left common iliac vein [Figure 1].