LIJV

(redirected from Left Internal Jugular Vein)
AcronymDefinition
LIJVLeft Internal Jugular Vein
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It shows the right and left internal jugular vein (RIJV and LIJV), right and left external jugular vein (REJV and LEJV), right and left supraclavicular (RSC and LSC) branches of cephalic vein, right and left cephalic vein (RCV and LCV), right and left infraclavicular (RIC and LIC) branch of cephalic vein, right and left axillary veins (RAV and LAV), right and left brachiocephalic vein (RBC and LBC), superior vena cava (SVC), aorta (A), deltoid muscle (D), and pectoral major muscle (P).
A successful placement of CVC in left internal jugular vein is presented, later it was found to be in PLSVC.
An ultrasound of the neck revealed thrombosis in the left submandibular branch of the left internal jugular vein (IJV) (FIGURE 1).
On ultrasound, her right internal jugular vein was found to be stenosed proximally, and a left internal jugular vein dialysis catheter (20cm, 12 Fr) was placed under ultrasound guidance with no complications.
Venography revealed total occlusion of both left internal jugular vein and brachiocephalic vein, while normal flow of right subclavian vein was detected.
Intraoperatively, the neck mass was found to be adherent to the common carotid artery and to the left internal jugular vein (IIV) at its junction with the thoracic duct.
Lemierre's syndrome was suspected and imaging of his neck later confirmed a clot measuring 0.74 cm in length in the left internal jugular vein (Figure 1E, 1F).
Yousuf Sayeed, the attending anesthesiologist, attempted to place a central venous catheter ("central line") in the left internal jugular vein to assist in monitoring the patient during the procedure.
A left internal jugular vein catheter was surgically placed under fluoroscopy for temporary dialysis access.
Pesa, "Central venous catheter placement in the left internal jugular vein complicated by perforation of the left brachiocephalic vein and massive hemothorax: a case report," A&A Case Reports, vol.
Subsequently computed tomography (CT) revealed thrombosis of right and left internal jugular vein (Figures 1 and 2).