• Medicine
  • Published in Vnitrni lekarstvi 1991

[Radionuclide venography in occlusions of the inferior vena cava].

@article{Fikrle1991RadionuclideVI,
  title={[Radionuclide venography in occlusions of the inferior vena cava].},
  author={Anton{\'i}n Fikrle and D Sl{\'i}pkov{\'a} and Jan Z{\'a}hlava and M. Such{\'y}},
  journal={Vnitrni lekarstvi},
  year={1991},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={
          105-15
        }
}
Based on 1234 examinations made by radionuclide venography the authors evaluated a group of 11 patients, where an occlusion of the vena cava was proved. In five instances ascension of thrombosis from the area of the pelvic veins was involved. in three instances compression by a tumour, twice the cause of occlusion was surgical ligature of the vena cava inferior. In one instance suppurative thrombosis developed as a result of spread of the infection from an intraabdominal abscess. Radionuclide… CONTINUE READING