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“…Of these, more than half were due to the absence of parts of the IVC. IVC agenesis may be the cause of idiopathic or recurrent DVT (Hamoud et al, ; Ruggeri et al, ; Yun et al, ). Ruggeri et al () had similar findings with 75 individuals under age 30.…”
Section: Agenesismentioning
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“…Of these, more than half were due to the absence of parts of the IVC. IVC agenesis may be the cause of idiopathic or recurrent DVT (Hamoud et al, ; Ruggeri et al, ; Yun et al, ). Ruggeri et al () had similar findings with 75 individuals under age 30.…”
Section: Agenesismentioning
“…There are several types of congenital malformations of the IVC, including agenesis, hypoplasia, and malformation. These malformations also slow venous flow in both the lower extremities and may lead to bilateral DVT [ 6 , 7 , 8 ]. The major risk factors for DVT are summarized in Table 1 .…”
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“…Most often such abnormalities are found incidentally during imaging studies . However, there have been several reports of azygos continuation of the caudal vena cava as well as other vascular anomalies resulting in deep vein thrombosis in addition to thrombi in other locations in people . To the authors' knowledge, pulmonary thromboembolism (PTE) secondary to aneurysmal dilation of an abdominal vascular anomaly has never been reported in dog.…”
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