Spontaneous jugular vein thrombosis.


Jugular vein thrombosis (JVT) is usually secondary to central venous catheterisation, distant malignancy, hypercoagulable state or ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. Spontaneous internal JVT is an extremely rare entity. A 61-year-old man presented with swelling of the right side of his face. An ultrasonographic scan showed thrombosis of the right jugular… (More)


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@article{Chlumsk2009SpontaneousJV, title={Spontaneous jugular vein thrombosis.}, author={Jarom{\'i}r Chlumsk{\'y} and J. L. Havlin}, journal={Acta cardiologica}, year={2009}, volume={64 5}, pages={689-91} }