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Case Report

Superior Vena Cava Syndrome in a Patient with Polycytemia Vera: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Surical findings. (a) The venous brachiocephalic trunk appeared enlarged. (b) The SVC and brachiocephalic vein were clamped. Their junction is opened, and thrombectomy performed. (c) A collection of samples of thrombus. (d) Venous repair using an enlargement patch of GoreTex.
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