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Dosluoglu HH, et al. J Vasc Surg 2008. PMID 19118759 Free article.
Left Brachiocephalic Venous Aneurysm: A Rare Clinical Finding.
Galvaing G, et al. Ann Vasc Surg 2018. PMID 29421427
Brachiocephalic venous aneurysm is an extremely rare condition, with <20 cases reported in the literature. We present a case of a 72-year-old man who was referred to our department owing to a large aneurysm of the left brachiocephalic vein that was incidentally discovered on computed tomography. Further workup confirmed an isolated saccular aneurysm of the left brachiocephalic vein. The patient underwent aneurysmectomy via sternotomy with no requirement for a vascular graft or cardiopulmonary bypass. ...
Brachiocephalic venous aneurysm is an extremely rare condition, with <20 cases reported in the literature. We present a case of a
Brachiocephalic Vein Aneurysm Treated with Surgery: A Case Report.
Wi JH. Heart Surg Forum 2019. PMID 31596711
Brachiocephalic vein aneurysm is an extremely rare condition of unknown origin. It may be asymptomatic, presenting as an incidental finding or as a result of complications it causes. ...The patient had an uneventful postoperative course and remained well two months after the surgery....
Brachiocephalic vein aneurysm is an extremely rare condition of unknown origin. It may be asymptomatic, presenting as an incidental f
Long-term graft patency after replacement of the brachiocephalic veins combined with resection of mediastinal tumors.
Shintani Y, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2005. PMID 15821647 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: We sought to investigate the correlation between type of vascular reconstruction and long-term graft patency after replacement of brachiocephalic veins combined with resection of mediastinal malignancies. ...Thus we advocate sole right brachiocephalic vein reconstruction or bilateral brachiocephalic vein reconstruction in this setting, and separate reconstruction of the veins is preferable to use of a Y graft....
OBJECTIVE: We sought to investigate the correlation between type of vascular reconstruction and long-term graft patency after replacement of …
Two-Stage Basilic Vein Transposition: Second Stage Results
Rego D, et al. Ther Apher Dial 2018. PMID 29082626
A total of 276 basilic veins were transposed. Usage rate was 82.2%. 8% (N = 22) of the fistulas were never used due to thrombosis. ...These results support the use of the transposed basilic vein as hemodialysis access after the brachiocephalic fistula....
A total of 276 basilic veins were transposed. Usage rate was 82.2%. 8% (N = 22) of the fistulas were never used due to thrombosis. .. …
Surgical Treatment of Cephalic Arch Problems in Arteriovenous Fistulas: A Center Experience
Fructuoso M, et al. Ann Vasc Surg 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29421426
All accesses were brachiocephalic AVFs with a mean duration of 4 years (1-7). The underlying problems were intrinsic cephalic arch stenosis (n = 5), entrapment of the cephalic vein (n = 1), and clinically significant vein tortuosity at the cephalic arch (n = 1). ...Most of the patients on dialysis (5/6) used the AVF after surgery. After a mean follow-up period of 9 months (1-22), surgical treatment was associated with a reduction in endovascular intervention rate (1.9 interventions per patient-year presurgery versus 0.4 postsurgery; P < 0.05) and thrombosis rate (0.93 thrombotic episodes per patient-year presurgery versus 0.17 postsurgery; P < 0.05). ...
All accesses were brachiocephalic AVFs with a mean duration of 4 years (1-7). The underlying problems were intrinsic cephalic arch st …
Cephalic arch stenosis
Kian K and Asif A. Semin Dial 2008 - Review. PMID 18034784
The stenotic lesions can occur anywhere within the access system from the arteries to the outflow and central veins. One of the relatively common sites for stenosis in patients with brachiocephalic fistulas is the cephalic arch region. ...
The stenotic lesions can occur anywhere within the access system from the arteries to the outflow and central veins. One of the relat …
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