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The observed higher concentration of iPTH-c could be because CVC blood samples taken from the central catheter placed in the vein/cava immediately below the thyroid veins directly collect hormone just released by parathyroid cells.
Throughout its course, the IJV receives tributaries from the facial vein, the lingual vein, veins from the sternocleidomastoid muscle, and the superior thyroid veins (4)
Haemorrhage is the most common complication of tracheostomy and occurs from anterior jugular vein and middle thyroid veins.

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