VENA FEMORAL BITRONCULAR CON TRONCO AXIOFEMORAL ORIGINADO DE LA VENA SAFENA PARVA

Translated title of the contribution: FEMORAL VEIN BITRONCULAR ORIGINATED WITH THE TRUNK AXIOFEMORAL PARVA SAPHENOUS VEIN

Ricardo Luque, Yobany Quijano, Edison Peralta, Angy Villamil, Manuel Rojas, Johanna Diaz

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Abstract

Knowledge of the anatomy of the veins of the lower limbs is fundamental to understanding the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of vascular diseases. Most errors in the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases is due to anatomical variations thereof. This study analyzes and anatomical variation found in a female body, in which a duplication of the popliteal vein, vein one passing through the adductor hiatus evidenced discussed, while the other ascends the face posterior of the thigh along the path of the sciatic nerve. While the veins of the lower limbs stored common characteristics, each time is described in greater detail a large number of variations which influences thrombus search items described in refereed journals and are not taken into account other patterns distribution.
Translated title of the contributionFEMORAL VEIN BITRONCULAR ORIGINATED WITH THE TRUNK AXIOFEMORAL PARVA SAPHENOUS VEIN
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)325-331
Number of pages7
JournalRevista UDCA actualidad & divulgación científica
Volume17
Issue number2
StatePublished - Dec 31 2014

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