Thrombus appearing as a filling defect in the iliofemoral vein (proximal to the white arrow). The site of dye injection was distal to SFV and DFV bifurcation. LCIV indicates left common iliac vein; | EIV, external iliac vein; GSV, greater saphenous vein; CFV, common femoral vein; DFV, deep femoral vein; SFV, superficial vein. | Peters, M., Syed, R. K., Katz, M., Moscona, J., Press, C., Nijjar, V., Bisharat, M., & Baldwin, D. (2012). May-Thurner syndrome: a not so uncommon cause of a common condition. Proceedings (Baylor University. Medical Center), 25(3), 231–233. https://doi.org/10.1080/08998280.2012.11928834

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