Iliocaval compression syndrome.

  title={Iliocaval compression syndrome.},
  author={Syde A. Taheri and John E. Williams and Suzanne Powell and James Cullen and Regina Peer and Przemysław R. Nowakowski and Lena Boman and Sandra Pisano},
  journal={American journal of surgery},
  volume={154 2},
Iliocaval compression syndrome is a significant disorder in a number of patients who have lower extremity venous complaints. The diagnosis may be suspected by positive findings on exercise strain gauge venous plethysmography and unilaterally increased ambulatory venous pressures. The diagnosis is confirmed by ascending and, in some instances, descending venography which demonstrates the iliocaval compression with or without intraluminal web formation. Transstenosis pressure gradients may be… CONTINUE READING


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