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Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of the saphenous and perforator veins (“closure”) is a relatively newer option for treatment of venous insufficiency patients. A known complication of the RFA is deep vein thrombosis also known as DVT. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the probability of...
The role of ultrasound in today's world has become a standardized routine practice, but has had a drastic impact on the landscape of vascular medicine. The advent of this technology plays a major role in helping to identify several types of disease and lesions throughout the vasculature of the...
Objective—Ulnar nerve compression, the Guyon's canal syndrome, is more unusual than carpal tunnel disorders. An exceptional case of a patient with vascular and neurogenic signs and symptoms is described.Patient Presentation—A 26-year-old female physiotherapist presented with neurogenic and...
The lower extremity venous duplex scan is one of the most frequently ordered examinations in the vascular laboratory. Many laboratories will use the protocol format on the ultrasound machine to decrease time spent on examinations and increase productivity. The sonographer needs to be sure to...
The congenital absence of the inferior vena cava (AIVC) is a rare condition affecting any portion of the infrahepatic IVC. Most confirmed patients are male, with unilateral or bilateral deep vein thrombosis (DVT) involving the iliac and femoral veins. AIVC is typically diagnosed by computed...
Post traumatic peripheral vascular injuries resulting in pseudoaneurysm (PSA) or arterial venous fistula (AVF) are rarely reported and may occur independently, or less commonly, concomitantly, following lower extremity fractures, penetrating or blunt trauma, and sports-related or orthopedic...
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