common iliac vein

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Noun1.common iliac vein - formed by the internal and external iliac veins; unites with its fellow from the opposite side of the body to form the inferior vena cava
iliac vein, vena iliaca - one of three veins draining the pelvic area
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Pathophysiologically, a chronic stimulus is transmitted to the endothelial cells of left common iliac vein from the pulsating right common iliac vein.
Central venous pressure from common iliac vein reflects right atrial pressure.
It is crossed by the left common iliac vein and care should be taken during hysteropexy and colpopexy operations.
* Graft renal veins: End-to-side anastomosis of the open end of the graft IVC to the recipient common iliac vein.
A coronal MRA MIP image showed a lateral marginal vein arising off the left common iliac vein and extending laterally to the left lower extremity (Figure 3).
May-Thurner syndrome (MTS) or iliocaval compression is an uncommon anatomical variant characterized by external compression of the left common iliac vein by the right common iliac artery against the lumbar vertebra [1].
The left internal iliac vein forming the common iliac vein was transected at the bifurcation region.
"A 22-year-old man presented to the emergency department with a 5-day history of myalgias, cough, dyspnea, nonbillous emesis, and nonbloody diarrhea." "A 57 year old Sri Lankan woman presented with intermittent fever, weight loss, episodic confusion, and alopecia for 3 months.." "We report a 27-year-old man with a history of atrial fibrillation, pericarditis, and May-Thurner syndrome who underwent a venoplasty with two self-expandable stents in the left common iliac vein."
The degree of venous compression was calculated as the diameter of the common iliac vein at the site of maximal compression divided by the mean diameter of the uncompressed proximal and caudal left common iliac vein (LCIV).
[6] However, an important consideration is the physical length of the catheter and its position relative to the common iliac vein confluence (Fig.
A venous duplex ultrasound showed extensive left lower extremity DVT from the left common femoral vein to the calf veins and occlusive thrombus within the left external iliac vein and the left common iliac vein. Intravenous heparin drip was initiated.
The renal vein was anastomosed to the common iliac vein, whereas the reconstructed renal artery was anastomosed end to side to the external iliac artery and the upper polar artery to the common iliac artery.