2013
DOI: 10.1055/s-0032-1328926
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Abstract: This is a case report on a 26-year-old woman with metastatic mandibular osteosarcoma to the lung. A video-assisted thorascopic surgery (VATS) completion left upper lobe lobectomy was attempted, but was converted to a thoracotomy when anomalous pulmonary vein drainage (APVD) was identified. There were no other anomalies found and the lobectomy was completed as planned. To our knowledge, this is the first reported case of an attempted VATS lobectomy for patients with APVD. This case demonstrates that APVD tends … Show more

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“…Asouhidou et al reported a case that the common trunk of the left superior and inferior PV was misidentified as an inferior PV, and it was transected during surgery in 2017 [5]. Shapiro et al reported a case that the left upper lobe PV was not entering the atrium, but instead superiorly up into the brachiocephalic vein in 2014 [6]. Sumitomo et al reported a case of the same vascular variation as this case in 2016, that is, the right SPV ran behind the PAT and in front of the right main bronchus [7].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Asouhidou et al reported a case that the common trunk of the left superior and inferior PV was misidentified as an inferior PV, and it was transected during surgery in 2017 [5]. Shapiro et al reported a case that the left upper lobe PV was not entering the atrium, but instead superiorly up into the brachiocephalic vein in 2014 [6]. Sumitomo et al reported a case of the same vascular variation as this case in 2016, that is, the right SPV ran behind the PAT and in front of the right main bronchus [7].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%