[Superior vena cava syndrome: presentation of six cases].


Superior vena cava syndrome is a devastating complication of obstructive lesions compromising the superior vena cava an its branches. Most cases today are caused by malignant tumors. The most frequent are lung carcinoma. The clinical presentation is dyspnea, vuvular enlargement, collateral circulation. Imaging techniques and histological confirmation are… (More)


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@article{Garca2001SuperiorVC, title={[Superior vena cava syndrome: presentation of six cases].}, author={B de las Heras Garc{\'i}a and A M Jim{\'e}nez Gordo and Enrique Casado S{\'a}enz and Pilar Zamora Au{\~n}{\'o}n and Miguel Cantalejo Moreira and Manuel Gonz{\'a}lez Bar{\'o}n}, journal={Anales de medicina interna}, year={2001}, volume={18 7}, pages={369-72} }