The absence of the inferior vena cava is a rare congenital malformation that could involve different segments of this vein: the reason of this miscellaneousness of prestations resides in its complex embriological formation. It's besides frequent the association with other malformations, cardiac or urologic. The Autbors describe a case of absence of the in-termediary pull of inferior vena cava, associate to Fallot disease. The clinical picture is currently represented trom tbe presence of a collateral abdominal circle; there is no evidence - also at the examination with eco-color-Doppler - of other important alterations, morphological and functional, of other segments of the venous system. However it is necessary - according to the Authors - an accurate outline of the venous chronic insufficiency, that must be realized beyond that with an adequate leg compression, also with the choice of an adequate physical activity.

Absence of the inferior vena cava

BAGGIO, Elda;LIPARI, GIOVANNI;ZARDINI, CLAUDIO;
1998

Abstract

The absence of the inferior vena cava is a rare congenital malformation that could involve different segments of this vein: the reason of this miscellaneousness of prestations resides in its complex embriological formation. It's besides frequent the association with other malformations, cardiac or urologic. The Autbors describe a case of absence of the in-termediary pull of inferior vena cava, associate to Fallot disease. The clinical picture is currently represented trom tbe presence of a collateral abdominal circle; there is no evidence - also at the examination with eco-color-Doppler - of other important alterations, morphological and functional, of other segments of the venous system. However it is necessary - according to the Authors - an accurate outline of the venous chronic insufficiency, that must be realized beyond that with an adequate leg compression, also with the choice of an adequate physical activity.
inferior vena cava; malformation; congenital
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