25 February 2021>: Articles
Endovascular Treatment for Vascular Access Venous Hypertension with Complicated Venous Drainage Routes in a Hemodialysis Patient: A Case Report
Unusual clinical course, Unusual or unexpected effect of treatmentYusuke Hori B , Tetsuya Nomura A* , Issei Ota F , Satoshi Tasaka F , Kenshi Ono F , Yu Sakaue F , Naotoshi Wada F , Natsuya Keira F , Tetsuya Tatsumi A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e927625
Figure 2. The endovascular treatment for a branch occlusion of the axillary vein. (A) The most proximal vessel out of 3 branches was occluded just before the junction to the subclavian vein (arrowheads). (B) An intravascular ultrasound showing an intimal thickening with fibrous plaques in the entire circumference of the occlusion. (C) Deployment of a balloon-expandable bare-metal stent. (D) A magnified image of the implanted stent.