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Contrast injection into left subclavian showed blocked left brachiocephalic - superior venacava junction

Of the patients allocated to the Warfarin Group, 31.4% presented with venous obstructions compared to 57.1% of the Placebo Group, giving a reduction of ...

Figure 5.1 Venography may be helpful in documenting the patency of venous structures. (A) A normal left arm venogram. A, axillary portion of the vein; C, ...

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Pacemaker lead-induced stenosis in both subclavian veins after lead... | Download Scientific Diagram

Figure 1: Cineangigraphy of subclavian vein showing total occlusion of the the right innominate vein with collateral circulation

The fractured lead (dotted circle) was placed through a venous access point in the subclavian vein (SC) medial ...

Figure 4 Example of subclavian vein obstruction by fibrous tissue after.

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Figure 2: (a) Fluoroscopic image after completion of the procedure showing both the leads (b) Digital chest x-ray P-A view showing the abandoned insulated ...

... vascular access and undergoes surveillance fistulagrams every 3-4 months. We recommend that patients who have had surgery, to bypass vascular stenosis, ...

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Figure 2 Fluoroscopy showing release of self-expanding stent and a residual lesion after balloon angioplasty.

Figure 1: Venogram demonstrating severe obstruction of the left SVC and subclavian vein.

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Figure 5.7 (A) Anatomy of the subclavian venous system and skeletal landmarks relevant to percutaneous access. The subclavius muscle and costoclavicular ...

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Figure 2: Diagram of a cardiac pacer with wires coursing through the central veins and a right-sided subclavian catheter terminating in the superior vena ...

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Her symptoms did not improve with systemic anticoagulation. Bilateral upper-extremity venograms via basilic vein apporach ...

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Figure 3: Venograms showing complete occlusion of the left subclavian (a) and proximal.

Figure 1 Right upper limb with signs of severe chronic venous hypertension.

Figure 1. Posterior-anterior chest radiograph showed discontinuity of a lead wire, consistent with complete lead fracture.

... subclavian vein • Persistent left SVC; 7.

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Figure 4: Left brachiocephalic vein stenosis due to previous tunneled cuffed catheter

Figure 1. Position and Orientation of the Ultrasound Probe.

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2 A preoperative chest x-ray showing two pacemaker leads implanted.

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Subclavian Vein Stenosis Detected With a Gastrointestinal Bl... : Clinical Nuclear Medicine

... implanted through the axillary/subclavian vein and extending through the superior vena cava into the heart.) (Reprinted with permission, Medtronic Inc.)

A: Anteroposterior venography of the left subclavian vein showing a tortuous course up to the

A veno-venous Goretex graft was surgically placed to connect the cephalic to the internal jugular vein. The patient developed stenoses at both ends of ...

Figure 2: Magnetic resonance angiogram showing failure of the left vertebral artery to fill, as well as venous return in the cephalic, axillary, ...

The left IJ vein has a torturous route and a catheter must navigate to 90-

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Implantation of a cardiac resynchronization system via the right subclavian vein in a patient with a

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Dual chamber pacemaker with leads on a chest x-ray

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A new epicardial VVI pacemaker was implanted as the heart rhythm was pacemaker-dependent, and percutaneous lead extraction in the catheterisation lab was ...

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Note the pacemaker anterior to the axillary vein. The leads were implanted via the subclavian vein, ...

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Case 1. Left upper-extremity fistulogram showing BCV occlusion (arrow) with left IJV reflux. SC = subclavian vein.

Intravenous lines can appear in unusual locations. This patient had a pacemaker wire placed via

FIGURE 58-2 Postero-anterior chest x-ray demonstrating the radiographic correlates of cephalic and subclavian vein implant routes.

Etiologies of Upper Extremity Venous Thrombosis

... with the pacemaker still inside its distal tip; shown here in the right anterior oblique, fluoroscopic view, and just prior to device deployment to the ...

Figure 5–3 Anatomical drawing of the upper extremity and thoracic inlet veins shows normal relationships of the internal jugular, innominate, subclavian, ...

Figure 4. Catheter in Place with Sterile Dressing.

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Figure 5.3 Anteroposterior chest radiograph of a patient with a dual chamber pacemaker placed through a congenital persistent left superior vena cava.

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A transvenous pacemaker is inserted into a vein in either the right or left atrium, typically when a patient has been diagnosed with severe bradycardia.

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Figure 6: Status postright brachiocephalic fistula showing thrombus in right internal jugular vein, right brachiocephalic vein.

... of an ICD with wires in the right atrial appendage, the apex of the right ventricle and a lead to the left ventricle in the posterior coronary vein.

A child with a repaired total anomalous pulmonary venous connection and bilateral stenosis of pulmonary veins (patient 24) had complete occlusion of the ...

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Figure 3: Examples if intraluminal devices resulting in thrombus and stenosis. 41-year-old male with indwelling right internal jugular catheter (a and b).

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Temporary transvenous pacemaker catheter insertion. A single lead is positioned in the right ventricle through the brachial, subclavian, jugular, ...

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Case 2. Bilateral subcortical white matter edema on FLAIR imaging.

The subclavian vein is typically accessed at the junction

Figure 1: Thoracic exit syndrome (TES) after insertion of a jugular vein catheter. In Figure 1A, the left subclavian artery is vectored with a compressive ...

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Figure 5: Dilated tortuous veins of arteriovenous fistula due to central venous stenosis

Posteroanterior (A) and lateral (B) chest radiographs showing the final position of

Najam - Pacing: Table 1. Adapted indications for lead extractions and their class of

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Central venous catheters (CVC) are inserted into a vein in the arm, chest, or leg, and the tip ends in a large vein near the heart. These catheters may also ...

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Venography of the left arm shows total occlusion of the left subclavian vein with multiple collateral veins together with a single lead pacemaker.

Low Incidence of Complications After Cephalic Vein Cutdown for Pacemaker Lead Implantation in Children Weighing Less Than 10 Kilograms - A Single-center ...

Figure 1: Neck and thoracic contrast tomography showing a lead loop at the origin of the left subclavian vein

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B-mode image of the left subclavian vein shows the two leads into the vessel

a | Occlusion on the right at the site of lead implantation, and b | occluded left-sided subclavian veins, which precluded contralateral implantation.

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Figure 4: Chest radiograph showing the atrial lead (left arrow) in the lateral tunnel and the ventricular lead across the systemic AV valve in mid-septal ...