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Transverse plane close to the saphenofemoral junction the GSV

Transverse plane close to the saphenofemoral junction the GSV

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The 'saphenous eye'—a transverse ultrasound image of the GSV in the thigh

A diagrammatic representation of the saphenous compartments containing the great saphenous vein (GSV) and

Figure 5: 5 Diagram of a “pseudo” saphenofemoral junction formed by the confluence

Transverse plane close to the sapheno-femoral junction, the GSV medially and the AASV

Major tributaries of great saphenous system.

Figure 57-3 A, The small saphenous vein dominates the posterolateral superficial venous drainage and originates in the dorsal venous arch.

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Figure 5: 5 Diagram of a “pseudo” saphenofemoral junction formed by the confluence of a lateral superficial inguinal tributary like the superficial…

Perforating vein with reflux. Notes: Color-Doppler is used to identify the great

A312736_1_En_7_Fig12_HTML.jpg. Fig. 7.12. Saphenofemoral junction. Transverse ...

—Great saphenous vein (GSV) and small saphenous vein (SSV) terminal valve

Notes: Color-Doppler is used to identify the great saphenous vein (GSV) in its fascial sheath (long arrow). A 4.2mm perforating vein (short arrow) ...

Illustration depicting endovenous delivery of laser energy via a laser fiber inserted into the GSV through a 5-French vascular sheath.

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Notes: The normal left common femoral vein (CFV, arrows) is visualized at the saphenofemoral junction. The vein can be completely compressed (W/COMP, ...

... Numerous perforators connect the SSV to the GSV in the calf

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Figure 9 (A, B): Transverse USG image of the right saphenofemoral junction.

Gray scale images of deep vein thrombus. Notes: The normal left common femoral vein

Sonogram and cartoon showing an open saphenofemoral junction with a short patent segment above an otherwise occluded great saphenous vein (GSV).

Patterns of great saphenous vein (GSV) reflux: (I) perijunctional from a saphenofemoral junction (SFJ) tributary into the GSV; (II) proximal GSV from the ...

Figure 57-5 A, The most common arrangement of tributary veins at the saphenofemoral junction. The external pudendal artery (EPA) usually runs between the ...

A) About three cm far from the ostium the great saphenous vein

Figure 62-1 Saphenofemoral junction (SFJ).

Figure 57-2 Anatomic types of the great saphenous vein (GSV) with respect to the fascial envelope. A, “I” type. The GSV is present within the fascial ...

In the segmental aplasia, the great saphenous vein leaves the saphenous compartment and there remains

Figure 8a. illustrates the transverse orientation used at the groin to identify the saphenofemoral junction. Click on image to enlarge

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Figure 2: Closer view of the pattern of bifurcation of great saphenous vein into anterior and posterior divisions at the knee (a) and thigh (b) region.

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Schematic diagram of deep and superficial venous s

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Duplex US (transverse view) demonstrating appearance of the GSV before and after proper delivery of tumescent anesthesia. (a) Intraluminal position of laser ...

They provided excellent demonstration of thrombus originating either in the GSV with extension to the SFJ and thence to the CFV (Fig.

A, Termination into the saphenopopliteal junction; B, termination into the great saphenous vein (GSV); C, termination into the gluteal vein.

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The video clip shows what can be seen in a real-time US examination.

25.1 Longitudinal ultrasound image at the saphenofemoral junction (patient's head is to the left) during laser fiber positioning.

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Figure 1: Gross morphology (a) with a comparative schematic diagram (b) showing the bifurcation of the great saphenous vein into anterior and posterior ...

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A, Thrombus at valve in GSV, completely unattached. B, Thrombus is moving beyond valve, still in GSV. C, Thrombus is located well beyond valve cusp, ...

Great saphenous vein diagram

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Figure 57-6 Stripping of a competent great saphenous vein (GSV) serving as runoff for a varicose collateral vein (A) results in postoperative worsening of ...

Named perforators along great saphenous distributi

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Figure 5 Venous phasicity. Notes: In an euvolemic patient, normal intrathoracic pressure changes associated with respiration are transmitted to the femoral ...

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Duplex ultrasound imaging of a recurrent saphenofemoral junction. The patient was a 57-year-old man with images taken during the Valsalva maneuver.

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Sural Veins (sinusoid or saccular veins):

(a) Left lower extremity with large varicose veins caused by SFJ incompetence with GSV reflux; (b) Significant reduction in the size and number of ...

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Figure 9.11 A, Needle is inserted close to the transducer tip and along the sagittal plane of the transducer. Depth of target incompetent perforator vein ...

Summary of comparisons between EVS and stripping of the GSV.

Figure 6: Tumescent fluid instilled percutaneously around GSV

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Transverse B-mode image showing echogenic (subacute) thrombus in the common femoral vein

Superficial and deep venous reflux. Notes: Reflux is measured while imaging the vein in

Vascular casts of recurrent refluxing saphenofemoral junction specimens. Casts injected from the saphenofemoral junction show resin present in the ...

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25.2 Transverse ultrasound image of the vein walls compressed onto the laser fiber by a surrounding cuff of tumescent anesthesia (TA).

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Figure 12: Erythema along course of GSV

Figure 4: Adequate visualization of the SFJ

The main system of the saphenous vein in these patients can be often found in the normal subfascial plane. It may not be dilated and thus suitable for use ...

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FIGURE 22-3 Normal venous compression. Split-screen gray-scale image demonstrating normal compression of the femoral vein (FV) posterior to the superficial ...

The interfascial veins are: the great saphenous vein (GSV), the proximal part

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Significant improvement in appearance of varicose tributaries after endovenous laser treatment of an incompetent left GSV. (a) Typical appearance of ...

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Extremity Venous Anatomy and Sonographic Evaluation

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... true junction and its ligation flush with the common femoral vein. The dissection was expected to reveal five or more junctional tributaries (Fig 1).

Vessel morphology within recurrent saphenofemoral junctions. A and B, Abundant neovascular channels, by far the most common vessel type observed.

Fig. 2. Surface distribution of major superficial veins. AASV, anterior accessory saphenous

Figure 6: Tumescent fluid instilled percutaneously around GSV

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(a) Transverse view of an enlarged GSV before treatment; (b) duplex US examination 1 week after endovenous laser ablation demonstrating vein wall thickening ...