compression syndrome


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compression syndrome

[kəm′presh·ən ‚sin‚drōm]
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MTS or Iliocaval compression syndrome was first described in 1957 by May and Thurner.
* In the setting of a venous compression syndrome use of balloon-expandable stents may result in stent collapse/compression.
Aorto-mesenteric artery compression syndrome. Chirurg 2000; 71: 1345-51.
Styloidogenic jugular venous compression syndrome: diagnosis and treatment: case report.
Malignant spinal cord compression syndrome (MSCCS) occurs in 2.5 to 5% of all oncological patients.
Laparoscopic surgery for coeliac artery compression syndrome: current management and technical aspects.
Background: Iliac vein compression syndrome (IVCS) is an important cause of deep vein thrombosis, but the incidence of IVCS is still unclear.
Though the official name for BT is the brachiocephalic trunk from Nomina Anatomica 1998, its variation and pathologic condition still continues to refer as aberrant BT (ABT) and BT compression syndrome (BTCS), respectively (Padget, 1948).
Shen et al., "Endovascular treatment for symptomatic iliac vein compression syndrome: a prospective consecutive series of 48 patients," Annals of Vascular Surgery, vol.
Peripheral nerve compression syndrome caused by SOC was reported [8].
Absence of atherosclerotic plaques, thickened MAL, and typical celiac axis narrowing with a hooked appearance pointed towards compression syndrome (Figure 1).
Intravascular ultrasonographic findings in May-Thurner syndrome (-iliac vein compression syndrome).