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Percutaneous inferior vena cava stent placement for Budd-Chiari syndrome under ultrasound guidance

Percutaneous inferior vena cava stent placement for Budd-Chiari syndrome under ultrasound guidance

Zhongguo Chaosheng Yixue Zazhi 11(11): 846-848

Ultrasonically guided balloon dilation and stent placement of inferior vena cava via the right femoral veins were performed in 6 cases with Budd-Chiari syndrome (four membranous and two segmental types). After stent placement, the diameter of the stenotic vena cava was 1.5-1.8 cm, the average pressure of inferior vena cava dropped from 41 cmH-2O to 20.5 cmH-2O. All patients had disappearance or remarkable remission of symptoms and signs during the follow-up. The new technique provides a simple, safe, effective and relatively inexpensive treatment for selected patients with Budd-Chiari syndrome.

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