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Figure 5 (A-I): A 54-year-old man with right IJV thrombosis causing SVC syndrome. Venogram (A) shows complete occlusion of the right IJV (arrow), with draining collaterals (arrow head). Recanalization venograms (B,C) show an irregular filling defect in the SVC (arrow) and a tight web at the cavo-atrial junction (curved arrow in C). Sequential balloon plasty of the right IJV and SVC (arrow) is seen (D-F). Venogram (G) shows restoration of the lumen, with SVC stenting done due to elastic recoil (arrow). Persistent brachiocephalic recoil (arrowhead) is seen. Frontal spot radiographs (H,I) show good restoration of the lumen, poststenting balloon remodeling (arrowhead), with the SVC stent in situ (arrow)

Figure 5 (A-I): A 54-year-old man with right IJV thrombosis causing SVC syndrome. Venogram (A) shows complete occlusion of the right IJV (arrow), with draining collaterals (arrow head). Recanalization venograms (B,C) show an irregular filling defect in the SVC (arrow) and a tight web at the cavo-atrial junction (curved arrow in C). Sequential balloon plasty of the right IJV and SVC (arrow) is seen (D-F). Venogram (G) shows restoration of the lumen, with SVC stenting done due to elastic recoil (arrow). Persistent brachiocephalic recoil (arrowhead) is seen. Frontal spot radiographs (H,I) show good restoration of the lumen, poststenting balloon remodeling (arrowhead), with the SVC stent in situ (arrow)