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Peripheral vessels | 10.2 Peripheral veins
Case 10.2.1 Pelvic veins


Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the external iliac vein
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the pelvic veins with a thrombus filled common and external iliac vein
Pelvic veins:
Thrombus filled external iliac and common femoral vein with retrograde flow in the femoral veins
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the common femoral and distal external iliac vein caused by an external iliac artery aneurysm
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the external iliac vein caused by compression of the common iliac vein during pregnancy
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the pelvic veins with a thrombus filled common, internal and proximal external iliac vein. December 2003
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the pelvic veins and inferior vena cava in a patient with retroperitoneal fibrosis with a thrombus filled vena cava, pelvic ve ...
Pelvic veins:
Deep venous thrombosis caused by a lymphomatous mass
Pelvic veins:
Lymphoma with a hypoechoic mass compressing the right external iliac vein
Pelvic veins:
Tumor thrombus in the iliac veins with vascularization in the thrombus in a patient with metastasized sigmoid carcinoma
Pelvic veins:
Occlusion of the right common iliac vein caused by tumor and inverted flow in the internal iliac vein
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis in the femoral veins, iliac veins and distal vena cava
Pelvic veins:
Throbosis into the VCI and malignant lymph nodes (prostate)
Pelvic veins:
Iliac vein thrombosis extending into the distal vena cava with slow flow in the popliteal vein
Pitfalls:
Compression of the iliac veins by enlarged lymphe nodes with slow flow in the iliac and femoral veins causing internal echos mimicking throm ...
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the external iliac vein
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the pelvic veins with a thrombus filled common and external iliac vein
Pelvic veins:
Thrombus filled external iliac and common femoral vein with retrograde flow in the femoral veins
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the common femoral and distal external iliac vein caused by an external iliac artery aneurysm
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the external iliac vein caused by compression of the common iliac vein during pregnancy
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the pelvic veins with a thrombus filled common, internal and proximal external iliac vein. December 2003
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis of the pelvic veins and inferior vena cava in a patient with retroperitoneal fibrosis with a thrombus filled vena cava, pelvic ve ...
Pelvic veins:
Deep venous thrombosis caused by a lymphomatous mass
Pelvic veins:
Lymphoma with a hypoechoic mass compressing the right external iliac vein
Pelvic veins:
Tumor thrombus in the iliac veins with vascularization in the thrombus in a patient with metastasized sigmoid carcinoma
Pelvic veins:
Occlusion of the right common iliac vein caused by tumor and inverted flow in the internal iliac vein
Pelvic veins:
Thrombosis in the femoral veins, iliac veins and distal vena cava
Pelvic veins:
Throbosis into the VCI and malignant lymph nodes (prostate)
Pelvic veins:
Iliac vein thrombosis extending into the distal vena cava with slow flow in the popliteal vein
Pitfalls:
Compression of the iliac veins by enlarged lymphe nodes with slow flow in the iliac and femoral veins causing internal echos mimicking throm ...
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