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Figure 4 (A and B): Repeat venogram (A) after coiling of IPV (black arrow) and gelfoam embolization showed absence of flow within IPV, stasis within intercostal veins and good visualization of GVs (white arrowheads). The tortuous medially coursing channel (white arrow) is the left coronary vein and the faint vein (black arrowhead) is the posterior gastric vein (afferent to the varices). Sclerosant injection was done from this position. (B) Schematic diagram showing the anatomy relevant to the procedure

Figure 4 (A and B): Repeat venogram (A) after coiling of IPV (black arrow) and gelfoam embolization showed absence of flow within IPV, stasis within intercostal veins and good visualization of GVs (white arrowheads). The tortuous medially coursing channel (white arrow) is the left coronary vein and the faint vein (black arrowhead) is the posterior gastric vein (afferent to the varices). Sclerosant injection was done from this position. (B) Schematic diagram showing the anatomy relevant to the procedure