Based on the technology, the Venous Stents market has been segmented into Iliac vein
Stent Technology, Wallstent Technology, and Others.
May-Thurner syndrome (MTS) is a rare disease which occurs due to the compression of the left iliac vein
by the overriding right iliac artery, subsequently resulting in obstructed venous return, and ultimately predisposing the patient to deep venous thrombosis.1 Its incidence is variable and ranges between 5% to 18% in patients with DVT involving lower limb.
The renal vein and external iliac vein
Intraoperatively, the tumor was visualized infiltrating the left external and internal iliac artery, left external and internal iliac vein
, recto-sigmoid, bladder, and left ureter.
In Type I CEPS malformations, an end-to-side extrahepatic portosystemic shunt exists, with total diversion of portal mesenteric blood into the IVC, renal or iliac vein
, and complete absence of intrahepatic portal vein branches.
It is very important to identify the flow in the iliac vein
by color Doppler, as well as the normal triphasic waveform and normal flow velocity in the iliac artery, without signs of stenosis or occlusion.
* Graft renal veins: End-to-side anastomosis of the open end of the graft IVC to the recipient common iliac vein
A venous leiomyosarcoma originating from a branch vessel of the left external iliac vein
is rare, and this may be the first report of this finding.
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 .
(a) Contrast injection of the peristomal varix and opacification of the right iliac vein
. (b) Opacification of the peristomal varices and the right iliac vein
The transplanted renal vein was anastomosed to the right external iliac vein
side-to-end using a 50 monofilament with continuous sutures.
The left internal iliac vein
forming the common iliac vein
was transected at the bifurcation region.