iliac vein


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iliac vein

[′il·ē‚ak ¦vān]
(anatomy)
Any of the three veins on each side of the body which correspond to and accompany the iliac artery.
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Meanwhile, Cockett and Thomas also pointed out that this disorder was responsible for a significant percentage of left iliofemoral DVT cases, causing venous reconstruction failure and leading to long-term occlusion of the iliac vein.
6] However, an important consideration is the physical length of the catheter and its position relative to the common iliac vein confluence (Fig.
Through this report, we aim to help the reader to recognize the potential complications of bullet embolization and be aware of the diagnosis and approaches in such condition, particularly involving the right common iliac vein.
Both IVC were formed from the respective common iliac veins and ran upwards bilaterally to the abdominal aorta as far as the renal veins.
Retroperitoneal exploration revealed a 13mm laceration on the posterior aspect of the left common iliac vein, a 10mm laceration on the postero-medial aspect of the right common iliac artery.
The mainstay of imaging was to reveal pathology that could be managed endovascularly either by iliac vein stenting (2), (3) or gonadal vein coil embolisation.
Veress needle and primary trocar entry require critical attention to the angle and direction of the thrust relative to the abdominal cavity, with a midline entry angle of 45[degrees] to 60[degrees] recommended to avoid the aorta and left common iliac vein
The original work of Obernosterer reported 31 of 97 patients with DVT, demonstrated thrombotic occlusion of iliac veins.
On the recipient side renal bed was prepared iliac vein and artery were cleared of the lymphatics.
One patient experienced a pulmonary embolism 19 days post-surgery secondary to an iliac vein thrombosis, unlikely related to the cells.
The considerable difficulties were noted in locating of the iliac vein at the place of junction with IVC.
The inferior vena cava was chosen due to occlusion of the superior vena cava and bilateral iliac vein stenoses.