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Figure 6. From: One Not to Miss: Ovarian Vein Thrombosis Causing Pulmonary Embolism with Literature Review.

69 year old woman with metastatic pancreatic cancer and incidentally identified ovarian vein thrombosis complicated by pulmonary embolism. 3 month follow-up CT (Siemens Sensation 64, 120 kVp, 350 mAs, 5 mm slice thickness, 100 ml Omnipaque 320, venous phase) after anticoagulation demonstrating resolution of right ovarian vein filling defect (figure 1a) which now demonstrates well opacified, normal caliber (3–4 mm), right ovarian vein (white circle). Note the sclerotic metastases through the imaged vertebral body (not marked). Magnification insert view demonstrates well-opacified, normal caliber (3–4 mm), both ovarian veins and ureters marked (white arrows). Note normal caliber ovarian veins are anterior and lateral to ureters (marked).

Franco Verde, et al. J Radiol Case Rep. 2012 September;6(9):23-28.
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Figure 1. From: One Not to Miss: Ovarian Vein Thrombosis Causing Pulmonary Embolism with Literature Review.

69 year old woman with metastatic pancreatic cancer and incidentally identified ovarian vein thrombosis complicated by pulmonary embolism. Axial contrast enhanced CT (Siemens Sensation 64, 120 kVp, 325 mAs, 0.75 mm slice thickness, 100 ml Omnipaque 320, portal venous phase) demonstrating a filling defect in right ovarian vein as central hypodensity surrounded by dense contrast (long white arrow), consistent with thrombus. Magnification image insert with ovarian vein thrombus and ureter marked. Note the right ovarian vein is medial to right kidney and anterior to right ureter. The left ovarian vein marked with short arrow demonstrating homogenous opacification without thrombus contrary to right ovarian vein.

Franco Verde, et al. J Radiol Case Rep. 2012 September;6(9):23-28.
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Figure 5. From: One Not to Miss: Ovarian Vein Thrombosis Causing Pulmonary Embolism with Literature Review.

69 year old woman with metastatic pancreatic cancer and incidentally identified ovarian vein thrombosis complicated by pulmonary embolism. Coronal contrast enhanced CT (Siemens Sensation 64, 120 kVp, 350 mAs, 5 mm slice thickness, 100 ml Omnipaque 320, portal venous phase) reconstruction from four month prior exam demonstrating normal caliber (3–4 mm), homogenously opacified right ovarian vein lateral to right ureter (short large white arrow). One of many liver metastases is marked by a long white arrow. Insert magnification view labels right ovarian vein and right ureter (thin white arrows). Note small well opacified, patent, right ovarian vein of normal caliber (3–4 mm).

Franco Verde, et al. J Radiol Case Rep. 2012 September;6(9):23-28.
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Figure 4. From: One Not to Miss: Ovarian Vein Thrombosis Causing Pulmonary Embolism with Literature Review.

69 year old woman with metastatic pancreatic cancer and incidentally identified ovarian vein thrombosis complicated by pulmonary embolism. Axial contrast enhanced CT (Siemens Sensation 64, 120 kVp, 350 mAs, 5 mm slice thickness, 100 ml Omnipaque 320, portal venous phase) image from four month prior CT exam demonstrating normal appearance of the ovarian vein as a homogenous focal opacity (white circle) without filling defect. One of many liver metastases is marked by a long white arrow. Insert magnification view labels right ovarian vein and right ureter. Note small well opacified, patent, right ovarian vein adjacent to ureter (marked).

Franco Verde, et al. J Radiol Case Rep. 2012 September;6(9):23-28.
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Figure 3. From: One Not to Miss: Ovarian Vein Thrombosis Causing Pulmonary Embolism with Literature Review.

69 year old woman with metastatic pancreatic cancer and incidentally identified ovarian vein thrombosis complicated by pulmonary embolism. Thin section axial contrast enhanced CT (Siemens Sensation 64, 120 kVp, 325 mAs, 0.75 mm slice thickness, 100 ml Omnipaque 320, arterial phase) in soft tissue window demonstrating subtle filling defect (white arrows) in right lower lobe pulmonary arterial branch, consistent with pulmonary embolism. Magnification view insert demonstrates thrombus as focal hypodensity within vessel (arrow). Sclerotic osseous metastases are denoted by white arrowhead within thoracic vertebral body. Mediport catheter tip artifact is seen in the right atrium (not marked).

Franco Verde, et al. J Radiol Case Rep. 2012 September;6(9):23-28.
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Figure 2. From: One Not to Miss: Ovarian Vein Thrombosis Causing Pulmonary Embolism with Literature Review.

69 year old woman with metastatic pancreatic cancer and incidentally identified ovarian vein thrombosis complicated by pulmonary embolism. Coronal contrast enhanced CT scan (Siemens Sensation 64, 120 kVp, 325 mAs, 3 mm slice thickness, 100 ml Omnipaque 320, portal venous phase) demonstrating dilated (7 mm) right ovarian vein medial to right kidney with a long segment filling defect consistent with thrombus (long white arrows). Also note extensive low density ill-defined hepatic masses consistent with metastatic disease (not marked). Contralateral left ovarian vein (arrow heads) demonstrates homogenous opacification and normal caliber of 3–4 mm.

Franco Verde, et al. J Radiol Case Rep. 2012 September;6(9):23-28.

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