30 August 2021>: Articles
Challenging differential diagnosis, Rare diseaseAyesha Siddiqa A* , Asim Haider A , Ked Fortuzi A , Muhammad Adrish A , Charbel Ishak A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e929897
Figure 4. Pelvic venographic images in prone position demonstrating deep venous thrombosis (DVT) along the left common femoral (blue arrows), superficial femoral (white arrows) and popliteal veins (green arrow), with complete patency (red arrows) of left iliofemoral-popliteal venous axis after thrombolysis thrombectomy (Angiojet radiopaque markers, purple arrow), and deployment of venous stent (Venovo, black arrows) along the previously compressed left common iliac vein (yellow arrow) with stent extending toward the left external iliac vein in this patient with May-Thurner Syndrome.