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Research & Reviews  23 results

Paget Schroetter Syndrome and Chylothorax After Rhinoplasty.
The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery; Toros SZ, Ertugay OC et. al.

Mar 11th, 2021 - Paget-Schroetter syndrome is a rare clinical condition characterized by subclavian vein thrombosis following repetitive upper extremity effort. In this case, we presented a 35-year-old female patient who underwent septorhinoplasty in our clinic. A...

Vocal Fold Paralysis Secondary to Subclavian Venous Thrombosis.
Journal of Voice : Official Journal of the Voice Foundation; Hamdan AL, Dabbous H

Feb 19th, 2020 - The etiology of vocal fold paralysis is multifaceted. One of the rare causes is internal jugular vein thrombosis secondary to central venous catheterization. The palsy is usually ipsilateral to the site of indwelled catheterization, self-limited a...

Subclavian Vein Thrombosis

Aug 4th, 2019 - Practice Essentials Sir James Paget first described thrombosis of the subclavian veins in 1875. [1]  He coined the name gouty phlebitis to describe the spontaneous thrombosis of the veins draining the upper extremity. Paget noted that the syndrome...

Subclavian Vein Thrombosis Clinical Presentation

Aug 4th, 2019 - History Patients may describe a history of trauma or, more frequently, strenuous use of the arm (>50% of cases). Common precipitating activities involve repeated hyperabduction and external rotation of the arm or backward and downward rotation of ...

Subclavian Vein Thrombosis Treatment & Management

Aug 4th, 2019 - Approach Considerations In patients with effort-induced vein thrombosis of less than 2 weeks' duration, thrombolytic therapy is recommended. Chronic axillary-subclavian vein thrombosis (ASVT) rarely responds to thrombolytics and generally is bette...

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An Unusual Presentation of a Swollen Arm

Abstract and Introduction Abstract Introduction Subclavian vein thrombosis is a rare but potentially fatal condition that most often occurs iatrogenically or in the context of malignancy. Here we report the case of an active, healthy 32-year-old w...

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