The Simon Nitinol Filter: Evaluation by MR and Ultrasound

@article{Kim1992TheSN,
  title={The Simon Nitinol Filter: Evaluation by MR and Ultrasound},
  author={D. Kim and R. Edelman and C. J. Margolin and D. Porter and C. Mcardle and B. W. Schlam and L. Gianturco and J. B. Siegel and M. Simon},
  journal={Angiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={43},
  pages={541 - 548}
}
In this prospective blinded study of inferior vena caval (IVC) patency, 18 patients underwent 25 duplex ultrasound (US) and magnetic resonance (MR) angiography examinations over an eight-month period following Simon nitinol filter placement. Clinical examination for lower extremity venous stasis and plain abdominal radiography were also performed. Twenty-three of 24 MR ex aminations and 11 of 24 US examinations were judged technically adequate by the blinded observers. One technically adequate… Expand
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