May-Thurner syndrome is a phenomenon commonly described as an acquired stenosis of the left common iliac vein as a result of right common iliac artery compression. We report an unusual case of right-sided May-Thurner syndrome in a patient found to have a left-sided inferior vena cava. We also review the management of this patient using angioplasty, intraoperative thrombolysis, and endoluminal stent placement.
View details for DOI 10.2310/6670.2006.00012
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