Skip to main content
Fig. 20 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 20

From: Persistent left superior vena cava: clinical importance and differential diagnoses

Fig. 20

Left pericardiophrenic vein. ac Axial CT images show a vascular structure compatible with PCPV (red arrows) in the left half of the mediastinum in a patient with SVC stenosis (green arrow). df Axial non-enhanced (d) and enhanced (e, f) CT images of a patient with portal hypertension secondary to Budd-Chiari syndrome depict varicose veins compatible with PCPV (red arrows) in the left half of the mediastinum. These vascular structures are connected with hepatic veins via a transdiaphragmatic course (blue arrows) (f)

Back to article page