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Case 6199

Evaluation of pulmonary vein anatomy with magnetic resonance angiography

Author(s)
Faggioni L, Perrone O, Cavazza E, Zampa V, Caramella D
 
Patient
female, 58 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Fig. 1. MIP (a-b) and VR images (c-d) show a right middle PV draining independently into...
     

    Fig. 1a. Axial MIP image showing a right middle PV (red arrow) draining independently into the LA. The ostia of the RSPV and the RIPV are normal.

     

    Fig. 1b. Coronal MIP image showing the right middle PV draining independently into the LA, with normal ostia and number of the other PV.

     

    Fig. 1c. VR image showing the right middle PV draining independently into the LA. The ostia of the RSPV and the RIPV are normal.

     

    Fig. 1d. VR image showing normal ostia and number of the left PV.

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Fig. 2. MIP (a-b) and VR images (c-d) show the normal anatomy of the venous drainage to...
     

    Fig. 2a. MIP image showing the normal PV anatomy. 1=RSPV; 2=RIPV; 3=LSPV; 4=LIPV.

     

    Fig. 2b. Coronal MIP image showing the normal anatomy of the PV with their distribution to the lung parenchyma.

     

    Fig. 2c. VR image showing the normal PV anatomy.

     

    Fig. 2d. VR image showing the normal PV anatomy.

     
     
     
  • Figure 3
    Fig. 3. MIP (a-b) and VR images (c-d) show a right middle PV having a common ostium with...
     

    Fig. 3a. Coronal MIP image showing a right middle PV having a common ostium with the RIPV. The left PV are normal.

     

    Fig. 3b. Axial oblique MIP image showing a right middle PV having a common ostium with the RIPV. The left PV are normal.

     

    Fig. 3c. VR image showing a right middle PV having a common ostium with the RIPV.

     

    Fig. 3d. VR image showing a right middle PV having a common ostium with the RIPV. The left PV are normal.

     
     
     
  • Figure 4
    Fig. 4. MIP (a-b) and VR images (c-e) show two right middle PV draining separately into...
     

    Fig. 4a. Coronal MIP image showing two right middle PV draining separately into the LA. The left PV are normal.

     

    Fig. 4b. Axial MIP image showing two right middle PV draining separately into the LA.

     

    Fig. 4c. VR image showing two right middle PV draining separately into the LA.

     

    Fig. 4d. VR image showing two right middle PV draining separately into the LA.

     

    Fig. 4e. VR image showing normal left PV.

     
     
     
  • Figure 5
    Fig. 5. MIP (a-b) and VR images (c-d) show the LSPV and the LIPV reaching the LA with one...
     

    Fig. 5a. MIP image showing the LSPV and the LIPV reaching the LA with one common ostium.

     

    Fig. 5b. MIP image showing normal ostia of the right PV.

     

    Fig. 5c. VR image showing the LSPV and the LIPV reaching the LA with one common ostium.

     

    Fig. 5d. VR image showing normal ostia of the right PV.

     
     
     
  • Figure 6
    Fig. 6. MIP (a-b) and VR images (c-e) show the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common...
     

    Fig. 6a. Coronal MIP image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk. The right PV are normal.

     

    Fig. 6b. Axial oblique MIP image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk. The right PV are normal.

     

    Fig. 6c. VR image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk. The right PV are normal.

     

    Fig. 6d. VR image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk.

     

    Fig. 6e. VR image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk. The right PV are normal.

     
     
     
Fig. 1a. Axial MIP image showing a right middle PV (red arrow) draining independently into the LA. The ostia of the RSPV and the RIPV are normal.
 
Fig. 1b. Coronal MIP image showing the right middle PV draining independently into the LA, with normal ostia and number of the other PV.
 
Fig. 1c. VR image showing the right middle PV draining independently into the LA. The ostia of the RSPV and the RIPV are normal.
 
Fig. 1d. VR image showing normal ostia and number of the left PV.
 
Fig. 2a. MIP image showing the normal PV anatomy. 1=RSPV; 2=RIPV; 3=LSPV; 4=LIPV.
 
Fig. 2b. Coronal MIP image showing the normal anatomy of the PV with their distribution to the lung parenchyma.
 
Fig. 2c. VR image showing the normal PV anatomy.
 
Fig. 2d. VR image showing the normal PV anatomy.
 
Fig. 3a. Coronal MIP image showing a right middle PV having a common ostium with the RIPV. The left PV are normal.
 
Fig. 3b. Axial oblique MIP image showing a right middle PV having a common ostium with the RIPV. The left PV are normal.
 
Fig. 3c. VR image showing a right middle PV having a common ostium with the RIPV.
 
Fig. 3d. VR image showing a right middle PV having a common ostium with the RIPV. The left PV are normal.
 
Fig. 4a. Coronal MIP image showing two right middle PV draining separately into the LA. The left PV are normal.
 
Fig. 4b. Axial MIP image showing two right middle PV draining separately into the LA.
 
Fig. 4c. VR image showing two right middle PV draining separately into the LA.
 
Fig. 4d. VR image showing two right middle PV draining separately into the LA.
 
Fig. 4e. VR image showing normal left PV.
 
Fig. 5a. MIP image showing the LSPV and the LIPV reaching the LA with one common ostium.
 
Fig. 5b. MIP image showing normal ostia of the right PV.
 
Fig. 5c. VR image showing the LSPV and the LIPV reaching the LA with one common ostium.
 
Fig. 5d. VR image showing normal ostia of the right PV.
 
Fig. 6a. Coronal MIP image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk. The right PV are normal.
 
Fig. 6b. Axial oblique MIP image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk. The right PV are normal.
 
Fig. 6c. VR image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk. The right PV are normal.
 
Fig. 6d. VR image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk.
 
Fig. 6e. VR image showing the LSPV and the LIPV joining into a common trunk. The right PV are normal.
 
 
 
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