jugular vein

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jugular vein

[′jəg·yə·lər ‚vān]
(anatomy)
The vein in the neck which drains the brain, face, and neck into the innominate.
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Knowledge of these variable patterns of the external and internal jugular veins is of clinical import.
Bilateral neck ultrasound and computed tomography (CT) neck without contrast did not show jugular vein thrombophlebitis or peritonsillar abscess, although the study was limited due to insertion of bilateral internal jugular (IJ) catheter insertions.
In a previous study [7], two out of thirty-seven (5.4%) cases had cephalic vein crossed anteriorly and above the lateral third of the clavicle and terminated in the neck by draining directly into the external jugular vein. Loukas et al.
The placement of a chest collateral port in crossover technique through the anterior jugular vein system can be quite simple and the most appropriate method in the mentioned or a comparable scenario.
Percutaneous right internal jugular vein cannulation can be made by landmark- or ultrasound-guided technique.
Facial vein terminating in the external jugular vein. An embryological interpretation.
But it works inaccurately when we need to measure the CSA of the internal jugular vein. Figure 2 shows that the true shape of the jugular is elliptical and not circular.
Objective: Trendelenburg positioning is a common approach used during internal jugular vein (IJV) cannulation.
(7,10) A case of presumed pulmonary embolus from an external jugular vein aneurysm has been reported, and it would seem possible for these to occur in association with retromandibular vein ectasia as well.
We present a case of duplication of the right internal jugular vein (IfV) in a patient who underwent neck dissection as part of the management of carcinoma of the larynx.
Passing over the clavicle and open into the cephalic, subclavian or internal jugular veins
The internal jugular vein (IJV) is a delicate vessel that is well protected by deep fascia.