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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Catheter-Induced Thrombosis of the Superior Vena Cava.

MRI showing the entire course of the thrombus (*) from the left brachiocephalic vein, SVC, and finally to the right atrium.

Elio Venturini, et al. Case Rep Vasc Med. 2012;2012:469619.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Catheter-Induced Thrombosis of the Superior Vena Cava.

MRI. Sequence of the movement of the thrombus (*) in the right heart. During the systole is “rolled” in RA (a), in isovolumic diastole “lengthens” ((b), (c)) to then prolapse in RV, in end-diastole (d).

Elio Venturini, et al. Case Rep Vasc Med. 2012;2012:469619.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Catheter-Induced Thrombosis of the Superior Vena Cava.

(a) Subcostal short axis projection. Thrombus in the SVC. Incomplete obstruction as shown by the flow approaching the probe. (b) Same view after oral anticoagulation therapy. SVC: superior vena cava.

Elio Venturini, et al. Case Rep Vasc Med. 2012;2012:469619.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Catheter-Induced Thrombosis of the Superior Vena Cava.

(a) Transthoracic apical five-chamber view showing the thrombus with thin stalk prolapsing through the tricuspid valve. (b) Same view after oral anticoagulation therapy. Complete dissolution of the thrombus. LA, left atrium; LV, left ventricle; RA, right atrium; RV, right ventricle; T, thrombus.

Elio Venturini, et al. Case Rep Vasc Med. 2012;2012:469619.

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