Total inferior vena cava thrombosis following coronary artery bypass surgery.


A 44-yr-old male presented with abdominal and back pain following coronary bypass surgery (CABG). Total inferior vena cava (IVC) thrombosis was then documented by computed tomography as well as IVC contrast cineangiography. Furthermore, the patient developed multiple pulmonary emboli. This presentation with severe abdominal and back pain with lack of early… (More)


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