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In vivo measurements of collapse behavior of human internal jugular vein during head-up tilt tests.

Human internal jugular veins (IJVs) would collapse during posture change from supine to erect, which might influence intracranial hemodynamic. This study aimed to quantitatively describe the gradual collapse behavior of human IJVs during head-up tilt tests from supine to erect.

Agreement and Reliability of Lateral Patellar Tilt and Displacement following Total Knee Arthroplasty with Patellar Resurfacing.

Patellar position and alignment may be measured on routine axial radiographs by various techniques; however, the agreement and reliability of such measurements with a resurfaced patella remain unknown. This study evaluated the range and reliability of lateral patellar tilt and lateral patellar displacement following total knee arthroplasty (TKA) with a resurfaced patella among three observers on 45° Merchant view in 139 TKAs. Intraclass correlation coefficient (ICCs) were used to evaluate intraobserver agr...

Patient Position Is Related to the Risk of Neurovascular Injury in Clavicular Plating: A Cadaveric Study.

Fixation of clavicle shaft fractures with a plate and screws can endanger the neurovascular structures if proper care is not taken. Although prior studies have looked at the risk of clavicular plates and screws (for example, length and positions) to vulnerable neurovascular structures (such as the subclavian vein, subclavian artery, and brachial plexus) in the supine position, no studies to our knowledge have compared these distances in the beach chair position.

No handedness effect on spatial orientation or ocular counter-roll during lateral head tilts.

Although vestibular inputs are bilaterally represented within the cerebral hemispheres, the higher level vestibular functions exhibit hemispheric asymmetries. Previous studies have suggested that such asymmetries are associated with handedness. Here, we studied the impact of handedness (i.e., hemispheric lateralization) on spatial orientation using a subjective visual vertical (SVV) task. We tested 22 right-handed and 22 left-handed subjects in upright position, during prolonged lateral head tilts of 20° (...

Posterior Pelvic Tilt from Supine to Standing in Patients with Symptomatic Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip.

Pelvic sagittal inclination (PSI) significantly affects the femoral head coverage by the acetabulum in patients with developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH), while no reports have quantified PSI in DDH patients in the supine and standing positions. Furthermore, little is known about how PSI changes after periacetabular osteotomies. Herein, PSI in the supine and standing positions was quantified in DDH patients preoperatively and postoperatively. Twenty-five patients with DDH who had undergone periacetabula...

Does Acetabular Coverage Vary Between the Supine and Standing Positions in Patients with Hip Dysplasia?

Although variation in physiologic pelvic tilt may affect acetabular version and coverage, postural change in pelvic tilt in patients with hip dysplasia who are candidates for hip preservation surgery has not been well characterized, and its clinical importance is unknown.

Usefulness of Ramified Cephalic Vein Graft in the Wrist for Connection With Concomitant Vein in Head and Neck Reconstruction.

A vein graft in head and neck reconstruction is essential in some circumstances. The cephalic vein in the wrist has a suitable caliber for both a concomitant vein and the internal jugular vein (IJV). A vein graft involving the cephalic vein and its branches was used in 2 cases of head and neck reconstruction. The ramified distal vein was anatomized with a concomitant vein, and the proximal larger vein was anastomosed with the IJV using an end-to-side technique. After placement of vein grafts using the cepha...

Surgical Treatment of Cephalic Arch Stenosis through Rotation of the External Jugular Vein.

The percutaneous transluminal balloon angioplasty or cephalic vein transposition are the treatments for cephalic arch stenosis. In some cases, rotation of the external jugular vein may be a good option for the cephalic arch problems. We describe a new technique to treat cephalic arch stenosis. The technique which enables the cephalic arch and subclavian vein to be bypassed altogether through the rotation of the external jugular vein. It consists of 3 small incisions, thus causing minimal surgical damage.

Effects of real-time visual biofeedback of pelvic movement on electromyographic activity of hip muscles and lateral pelvic tilt during unilateral weight-bearing and side-lying hip abduction exercises.

Although neutral pelvic alignment is important for hip abduction exercises, studies exploring objectively monitored pelvic alignment on the gluteus medius (Gmed) muscle activity during hip abduction exercises, especially under weight-bearing (WB) conditions, are limited. Therefore, we examined the effects of real-time visual biofeedback (RVBF) of pelvic movement on electromyographic (EMG) activity of hip muscles and lateral pelvic tilt during unilateral WB and side-lying hip abductions. Fifteen male partici...

Supine Test: A New Test for Detecting Lacrimal Gland Prolapse Before Upper Blepharoplasty.

To introduce a new (Supine) test and assess the values of lateral eyelid bulging for diagnosis of lacrimal gland (LG) prolapse before upper blepharoplasty.

The method of long-term catheterization of the vena jugularis in pigs.

The pig is one of the most valuable in vivo models in biomedical research, however with only a few well-accessible veins suitable for venipuncture. Moreover, most of the known methods of blood collection are suitable only for a limited time period. The aim of the study was to verify an improved method of long-term catheterization of the jugular vein in pigs.

Determination of dynamic instability in lumbar spondylolisthesis using flexion and extension standing radiographs versus neutral standing radiograph and supine MRI.

OBJECTIVEIn this study the authors sought to compare the proportion of patients with lumbar spondylolisthesis detected to have dynamic instability based on flexion and extension standing radiographs versus neutral standing radiograph and supine MRI.METHODSThis was a single-center retrospective study of all consecutive adult patients diagnosed with spondylolisthesis from January 1, 2013, to July 31, 2018, for whom the required imaging was available for analysis. Two independent observers measured the amount ...

Central venous access.

Central venous catheterization is the placement of a catheter in such a manner that its tip is positioned within the proximal third of the superior vena cava, the right atrium or the inferior vena cava. It is indicated when access for administration of drugs or extracorporeal blood circuits and haemodynamic monitoring or interventions is needed. When inserting a central venous catheter, appropriate preparation and asepsis, positioning of the patient, and the use of ultrasound should be considered. Compared ...

Retrospective outcome analysis of rates and types of complications after 8654 minimally invasive radiological port implantations via the subclavian vein without ultrasound guidance.

To evaluate the rate and types of complications after minimally invasive radiological central vein port implantation without ultrasound guidance.

Subarachnoid Hemorrhage as a Result of Retrocorporeal Artery Aneurysm Rupture: A Rare Sequel of Subclavian Steal Syndrome.

Subclavian steal phenomenon can cause retrograde flow in the vertebral artery as a result of ipsilateral occlusion of the subclavian artery. This phenomenon has various clinical presentations, such as claudication of the affected extremity or intermittent vertebrobasilar ischemia. Aneurysm formation in the spinal cord circulation is exceptionally rare but may occur secondary to collateral formation in subclavian steal syndrome.

Evaluation of a Novel Bony Landmark-Based Method for Teaching Percutaneous Insertion of Subclavian Venous Catheters in Pediatric Patients.

Surgical trainees performing subclavian vein (SCV) cannulation often incorrectly perceive needle trajectory and anatomical relations. As surface landmark-based methods derived from adult surgical practice may be less effective in younger patients, we developed and evaluated a novel bony landmark-based method for teaching SCV cannulation for central venous access device (CVAD) placement in children.

Endovascular management of spontaneous rupture of the left subclavian artery.

Spontaneous rupture of the left subclavian artery is a rare condition that requires immediate surgical intervention. A 21-year-old man with a history of membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis, failed kidney transplant, and history of a type A aortic dissection that was surgically repaired was admitted with altered mental status and hypotension. He was found to have a left subclavian artery rupture. This was successfully managed with emergent thoracic endovascular aortic repair and carotid-subclavian bypas...

Risk Assessment of Deep Venous Thrombosis and Its Influencing Factors in Burn Patients.

The objective of this study is to explore the relevant risk factors of deep venous thrombosis (DVT) in burn patients. A retrospective analysis was conducted for the medical records of 845 hospitalized burn patients from September 2012 to August 2017. Caprini thrombosis risk assessment scale (CTRAS) was employed for evaluating the risks of DVT. Based upon whether or not DVT occurred, they were divided into non-DVT group (n = 830) and DVT group (n = 15). Among 360 (42.7%) patients with high-risk Caprini score...

Determination and prediction of the appropriate depth of right internal jugular vein catheterization via the middle approach in adults using transesophageal echocardiography.

The appropriate depth of right internal jugular venous (RIJV) catheterization is still under debated. In this study, transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) is used to develop a prediction formula for fixed RIJV catheter depth.

Internal Jugular Vein as Alternative Access for Implantation of a Wireless Pulmonary Artery Pressure Sensor.

A wireless pulmonary artery pressure sensor (CardioMEMS) is approved for implantation via the femoral vein. The internal jugular vein (IJ) is an attractive alternative access route commonly used in pulmonary artery catheterization.

What do we really know about supine hypertension in patients with orthostatic hypotension.

Patients with severe orthostatic hypotension due to autonomic failure may be hypertensive in the supine position. Until recently, there were no internationally recognized diagnostic criteria for supine hypertension. This review covers diagnostic criteria, mechanisms, and management of supine hypertension in autonomic failure patients.

Double Carotid-Subclavian Bypass Followed by Endovascular Exclusion of a Kommerell Diverticulum and Bilateral Subclavian Artery Occlusion in a Right-Sided Aortic Arch.

The Iliolumbar Vein: Anatomy and Surgical Importance during Lateral Transpsoas and Oblique Approaches to the Lumbar Spine.

Safe surgical approaches to the anterolateral lumbar spine require a good working knowledge of the anatomy and anatomical variations of this region. As the iliolumbar vein is in the vicinity of both oblique and lateral traspsoas approaches to the lower lumbar spine, the following study was performed to better elucidate its anatomy, variations and position during such surgical procedures.

Internal jugular vein thrombosis due to chronic kidney disease: A case report.

Internal jugular vein (IJV) thrombosis is a rare vascular event. It is most commonly due to prolonged central venous catheterization, infection, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, intravenous drug abuse, malignancy or primary. We have present here a case of a 82- year- old male with chronic kidney disease who presented with left neck swelling and pain who was found to have a thrombus in the left internal internal jugular vein. He was successfully treated with conservative treatment without any complications...

Assessment of Intermittent Self-Catheterization Procedures in Patients with Neurogenic Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction: Dutch Translation and Validation of the Intermittent Catheterization Satisfaction Questionnaire, Intermittent Catheterization Acceptance Test, Intermittent Self Catheterization Questionnaire and Intermittent Catheterization Difficulty Questionnaire.

Intermittent self-catheterization (ISC) is by far the most appealing therapy to achieve a complete bladder emptying in patients with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction (NLUTD). Four questionnaires have been developed in French in order to assess patient's satisfaction, difficulties and acceptance of this technique.

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