A new tunneled dialysis catheter was placed in the left internal jugular vein under ultrasound guidance with catheter tip placement confirmed by fluoroscopy.
What does LIJV stand for?
LIJV stands for Left Internal Jugular Vein
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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.
Thoraco-abdominal computed tomography (CT) showed that right jugular and subclavian veins come together, form the right sided SVC, which drains to the right atrium, and left internal jugular vein with left subclavian vein forms the left SVC, which drains to the right atrium via the coronary sinus (Fig.
As the thoracic duct exits the thoracic inlet, it continues to drain into the junction of the left subclavian vein and left internal jugular vein.
Duplex ultrasonography on day 6 showed left internal jugular vein thrombosis.
It had a pseudocapsule that encompassed the left internal jugular vein and carotid artery (figure 2, B).
The work-up revealed a left internal jugular vein thrombosis, and it was later found that the patient had hyperhomocysteinemia.