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Clinical Data

  • Female, 29 years old
  • 1 pregnancy
  • Pelvic congestion syndrome, C2
  • Duplex scan:
    • NCS –
    • MTS +
    • Incompetent LOV
    • Bilateral pelvic varocose
  • CT scan:
    • NCS –
    • Slightly dilated LOV
    • MTS with dilated ascending lumbar vein
    • Pelvic varicose veins
  • MRI: no other pelvic cause of pain
Last update : 2018-06-26
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  • Sandeep S. is nutcracker syndrome associated with thin asthenic built?

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    • Efrem G. Nice result! Congratulations!
      Which size of balloon and stent have been used?
      Thanks!

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    • Mohamed M. Nice work.. disappearance of collateral is the most satisfying image we could imagine

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      • Charlotte T. Did you also treat the Nutcracker (left renal vein compression) or just the May Thurner (IVC)?

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