venous aneurysm


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venous aneurysm

Localized expansion and weakening of the wall of a vein.
See also: aneurysm
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Complications of jugular venous aneurysms including thromboembolism or rupture are rare [2].
Gallagher et al., "Presentation and management of venous aneurysms," Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol.
Incidental finding of right renal venous aneurysm in a patient with symptomatic ipsilateral renal carcinoma: A case report.
There is no current consensus on the optimal treatment of RVAs, and delayed venous aneurysms in a transplant allograft present unique therapeutic obstacles.
CT angiography with Digital subtraction angiography is the gold standard in the diagnosis but venous colour Doppler ultrasound study is also useful for the diagnosis of venous aneurysm. (14,15,16)
Jugular venous aneurysm may lead to thrombus formation due to stagnant and low pressure flow within the neck veins.
Popliteal venous aneurysms. Surgery 1993; 114: 600-607.
Management of primary venous aneurysm. Saudi Med J.
Small superficial venous aneurysms can be treated by endoluminal laser or endovenous radiofrequency energy.
About the presence of venous aneurysm nearby cystic disease in this case, there is no past case report of such a combination as far as we searched.
Rheudasil, "Primary popliteal venous aneurysm with recurrent pulmonary emboli," Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol.
(3) reported that prophylactic surgical intervention should be considered for abdominal venous aneurysms in low surgical risk patients; while in high-risk patients and in those with asymptomatic small aneurysm (<3 cm), observation and careful follow-up could be sufficient (2, 3, 7).