Jacqueline Auguste

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Azygos prolongation of the inferior vena cava is a congenital abnormality which is normally associated with a congenital cardiac lesion, abnormalities of the inferior caval system and, in some instances, abdominal heterotaxia. The authors report here a case which is exceptional in the sense that the azygos prolongation was isolated. Further radiological(More)
This research involves the digital transformation of an orthopedic surgical practice office housing three community orthopedic surgeons and a physical therapy treatment clinic in Toronto, Ontario. All three surgeons engage in both a private community orthopaedic surgery practice and hold surgical privileges at a local community hospital which serves a(More)
Our case of azygos continuation of the inferior vena cava is very rare because there was no associated heart disease or abdominal situs inversus. The diagnosis of this anomaly of the inferior vena cava should be suspected by observation of a dilated azygos vein on the chest roentgenogram and confirmed by venography.
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