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Figure 4 (A-H): A 33-year-old man with subclavian venous stenosis demonstrated on venogram. He underwent successful angioplasty and stenting of the brachiocephalic-SVC segment and a Permcath™ insertion. Frontal venograms (A) show the occlusion (arrow). Subsequent venogram (B) shows the occlusion crossed with a pigtail catheter across the occlusion (arrow). The sequential balloon plasty (arrow) is seen (C-E). Venogram (F) shows the restoration of the lumen (arrow) with recoil. The stent is seen deployed in the brachiocephalic- SVC segment with balloon remodeling in G. Frontal spot radiograph (H) shows a fully expanded stent (arrow) with Permcath™ (arrowhead) in situ

Figure 4 (A-H): A 33-year-old man with subclavian venous stenosis demonstrated on venogram. He underwent successful angioplasty and stenting of the brachiocephalic-SVC segment and a Permcath™ insertion. Frontal venograms (A) show the occlusion (arrow). Subsequent venogram (B) shows the occlusion crossed with a pigtail catheter across the occlusion (arrow). The sequential balloon plasty (arrow) is seen (C-E). Venogram (F) shows the restoration of the lumen (arrow) with recoil. The stent is seen deployed in the brachiocephalic- SVC segment with balloon remodeling in G. Frontal spot radiograph (H) shows a fully expanded stent (arrow) with Permcath™ (arrowhead) <i>in situ</i>