Avoiding the Ascending Lumbar Vein

Pillari, George; Baron, Murray G.
September 1980
Angiology;Sep1980, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p646
Academic Journal
Studies the placement of straight catheter and/or guide wire in the right ascending lumbar vein during percutaneous cannulation of the inferior vena cava. Materials and methods; Contrast injection into the ascending lumbar vein; Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for percutaneous access to the inferior vena cava.


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