May Thurner syndrome

Which vein is compressed in May Thurner syndrome?

In May-Thurner syndrome, the left common iliac vein is compressed by the right common iliac artery, leading to left lower extremity swelling, with or without thrombosis of the left iliac and femoral veins. This condition may be treated with thrombolysis and stent placement in the iliac veins.


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