SPIRAL MOVEMENTS OF BLOOD STREAMS FROM THE VENAE CAVAE INTO THE RIGHT AURICULAR APPENDAGE
- CLINICAL ANATOMY OF LESSER VARIATIONS OF THE INFERIOR VENA CAVA; AND A PROPOSAL FOR CLASSIFYING THE ANOMALIES OF THIS VESSEL. Edwards, Edward A. // Angiology;Apr1951, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p85
Major anomalies of the inferior vena cava help to explain many of the lesser variations encountered. Examples of the common anomalies are therefore given. New terminology is introduced, based upon the topographical relationships of these vessels, rather than upon embryologic derivation. Lesser...
- Biatrial or Left Atrial Drainage of the Right Superior Vena Cava: Anatomic, Morphogenetic, and Surgical Considerations Report of Three New Cases and Literature Review. van Praagh, S.; Geva, T.; Lock, J. E.; del Nido, P. J.; Vance, M. S.; van Praagh, R. // Pediatric Cardiology;Jul2003, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p350
Since the posterior wall of the right superior vena cava (RSVC) is contiguous with the anterior wall of the right upper pulmonary veins, a localized defect in this common wall may create a cavopulmonary venous confluence without eliminating the normal connection of the same right pulmonary veins...
- Pulmonary and caval blood flow patterns in patients with intracardiac and extracardiac Fontan: a magnetic resonance study. // Cardiology in the Young;May2005 Supplement 2, Vol. 15 Issue S2, p24
The article presents a study related to pulmonary and caval blood flow and pulsatility after different types of Fontan operation were compared using magnetic resonance imaging. The results suggest that patients with the classic total cavopulmonary connection have an abnormal backward flow in the...
- BUDD-CHIARIS SYNDROME. Bronte-Stewart, B.; Goetz, R. H. // Angiology;Apr1952, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p167
Focuses on the identification of a high inferior vena caval obstruction in Budd-Chiari's syndrome by venography. Result of the comprehensive clinico-pathologial study of Budd-Chiari's syndrome; Diagnosis on the presence of the syndrome in infancy; Clinical features of the disease.
- TRANSSPINOUS ANGIOGRAPHY OF THE INFERIOR VENA CAVA. Schobinger, Robert // Angiology;Jun1959, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p144
Presents a convenient method for the satisfactory roentgenographic demonstration of the inferior vena cava. Ability to carry out the method rapidly under local anesthesia; Description of the normal roentgen anatomy of the inferior vena cava; Observance of abnormal hemodynamics within this major...
- SUBLINGUAL VENOGRAPHY: EVALUATION OF A NEW METHOD TO STUDY CERVICAL VENOUS AND SUPERIOR VENA CAVAL BLOOD FLOW. Jennings, Paul B.; Matsumoto, Teruo; Hardaway, Robert M. // Angiology;Jan1968, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p36
A new method of visualization of the cervical venous and superior vena caval systems has been described, utilizing the sublingual veins for injection of contrast media. The positioning of the tongue and the apparatus needed for injection have been discussed in detail. The method has been...
- OBSTRUCTION OF THE INFERIOR VENA CAVA IN THE HEPATIC PORTION AND THE HEPATIC VEINS. Nakamura, Takashi; Nakamura, Shozo; Aikawa, Tatsuya; Suzuki, Osamu; Onodera, Atsushi; Karoji, Noboru // Angiology;Sep1968, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p479
Focuses on cases indicating an obstruction of the inferior vena cava in the hepatic portion and the hepatic veins. Clinical diagnosis of the condition; Medical history of patients suffering from the condition; Treatment options.
- DUPLICATION AND PAIRED INFERIOR VENA CAVA WITH AN ABSENT RIGHT KIDNEY. Itzchak, Y.; Wexler, L.; Deutsch, V. // Angiology;Dec1974, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p746
The complex embryological development of the inferior vena cava is responsible for a variety of malformations of the mature form. Recognition of these variations is important clinically, in particular when surgical procedures upon the inferior vena cava are contemplated. In appropriate cases...
- venoatrial. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary;2005, p2307
A definition of the term "venoatrial" is presented. It refers to veins related to the vena cava and the atrium.