Ultrasound image of great saphenous vein in the fascia layer

Ultrasound image of great saphenous vein in the fascia layer

The video clip shows what can be seen in a real-time US examination. Initially the great saphenous vein can be seen within its fascial envelope. At an inferior level a segmental GSV hypoplasia can be seen; also notice the two collaterals responsible for blood diversion.

The video clip shows what can be seen in a real-time US examination. Initially the great saphenous vein can be seen within its fascial envelope. At an inferior level a segmental GSV hypoplasia can be seen; also notice the two collaterals responsible for blood diversion.

Venesection of Long / Great Saphenous vein - Saphenous Nerve injury ...

Venesection of Long / Great Saphenous vein - Saphenous Nerve injury ...

Long & Short saphenous Vein ... imp (*) AM Long PL Short 【 Note: Great saphenous vein " 1 cm " anterior to medial malleolus 】

Long & Short saphenous Vein ... imp (*) AM Long PL Short 【 Note: Great saphenous vein " 1 cm " anterior to medial malleolus 】

Skin removed from Leg. Great Saphenous Vein seen on the medial aspect of the right limb.

Skin removed from Leg. Great Saphenous Vein seen on the medial aspect of the right limb.

Coronary artery bypass surgery,commonly called CABG is a surgical procedure which consists of diverting the internal mammary artery to the left anterior descending (LAD) branch of the left main coronary artery; or a harvested great saphenous vein of the leg, attaching the proximal end to the aorta or one of its major branches, and the distal end to immediately beyond a partially obstructed coronary artery.

Coronary artery bypass surgery,commonly called CABG is a surgical procedure which consists of diverting the internal mammary artery to the left anterior descending (LAD) branch of the left main coronary artery; or a harvested great saphenous vein of the leg, attaching the proximal end to the aorta or one of its major branches, and the distal end to immediately beyond a partially obstructed coronary artery.

Sonography of the saphenous compartment (white arrows) along the great saphenous vein at the thigh (A) and at the leg (B) and along the small saphenous vein at the calf (C) and in the distal lower leg (D). Sonography clearly demonstrates that the saphenous veins are enwrapped by two hyperechoic fasciae. Note in B, the posterior accessory saphenous vein (*) and the tibia (t).

Sonography of the saphenous compartment (white arrows) along the great saphenous vein at the thigh (A) and at the leg (B) and along the small saphenous vein at the calf (C) and in the distal lower leg (D). Sonography clearly demonstrates that the saphenous veins are enwrapped by two hyperechoic fasciae. Note in B, the posterior accessory saphenous vein (*) and the tibia (t).

Axial section of the lower leg. Abbreviations: AIS, anterior intermuscular septum; ATA, anterior tibial artery; ATV, anterior tibial vein; DPN, deep peroneal nerve; F, fibula; GSaV, great saphenous vein; IM, interosseous membrane; LSuCN, lateral sural cutaneous nerve; MSuCN, medial sural cutaneous nerve; PA, peroneal artery; PIS, posterior intermuscular septum; PTA, posterior tibial artery; PTV, posterior tibial vein; PV, peroneal vein; SaN, saphenous nerve; SPN, superficial peroneal nerve…

Axial section of the lower leg. Abbreviations: AIS, anterior intermuscular septum; ATA, anterior tibial artery; ATV, anterior tibial vein; DPN, deep peroneal nerve; F, fibula; GSaV, great saphenous vein; IM, interosseous membrane; LSuCN, lateral sural cutaneous nerve; MSuCN, medial sural cutaneous nerve; PA, peroneal artery; PIS, posterior intermuscular septum; PTA, posterior tibial artery; PTV, posterior tibial vein; PV, peroneal vein; SaN, saphenous nerve; SPN, superficial peroneal nerve…

Axial section of the lower leg. Abbreviations: AIS, anterior intermuscular septum; ATA, anterior tibial artery; ATV, anterior tibial vein; DPN, deep peroneal nerve; F, fibula; GSaV, great saphenous vein; IM, interosseous membrane; LSuCN, lateral sural cutaneous nerve; MSuCN, medial sural cutaneous nerve; PA, peroneal artery; PIS, posterior intermuscular septum; PTA, posterior tibial artery; PTV, posterior tibial vein; PV, peroneal vein; SaN, saphenous nerve; SPN, superficial peroneal nerve…

Axial section of the lower leg. Abbreviations: AIS, anterior intermuscular septum; ATA, anterior tibial artery; ATV, anterior tibial vein; DPN, deep peroneal nerve; F, fibula; GSaV, great saphenous vein; IM, interosseous membrane; LSuCN, lateral sural cutaneous nerve; MSuCN, medial sural cutaneous nerve; PA, peroneal artery; PIS, posterior intermuscular septum; PTA, posterior tibial artery; PTV, posterior tibial vein; PV, peroneal vein; SaN, saphenous nerve; SPN, superficial peroneal nerve…

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