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A Canine Model for Lymphangiography and Thoracic Duct Access

Kim KY, Park JH, Tsauo J, Shin JH

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the technical feasibility of intranodal lymphangiography and thoracic duct (TD) access in a canine model. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Five male mongrel dogs were studied. The dog was placed...
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Left-Sided Cisterna Chyli: a Case Report on a Rare Normal Anatomic Structure

Seo JH, Hwang JA, Shin HC, Kim SS, Park CH, Lee HN

The cisterna chyli, a dilated lymphatic sac in the retrocrural space, is usually located to the right of the aorta. We report a case of a left-sided cisterna chyli, which...
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Bilateral Chylothorax Due to Blunt Spine Hyperextension Injury: A Case Report

Lee H, Han SH, Lee MK, Kwon OS, Kim KH, Kim JS, Chon SH, Shinn SH

Bilateral chylothorax due to blunt trauma is extremely rare. We report a 74-year-old patient that developed delayed bilateral chylothorax after falling off a ladder. The patient had a simple 12th...
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Chylous Manifestations and Management of Gorham-Stout Syndrome

Cho S, Kang SR, Lee BH, Choi S

Gorham-Stout disease (GSD) was first described by Gorham and colleagues in 1954, but its precise mechanism and cause remain to be elucidated. In this condition, voluminous and potentially fatal chylous...
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Lymphangiographic Interventions to Manage Postoperative Chylothorax

Jeong H, Ahn HY, Kwon H, Kim YD, Cho JS, Eom J

BACKGROUND: Postoperative chylothorax may be caused by iatrogenic injury of the collateral lymphatic ducts after thoracic surgery. Although traditional treatment could be considered in most cases, resolution may be slow....
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Resolution of Protein-Losing Enteropathy after Congenital Heart Disease Repair by Selective Lymphatic Embolization

Kylat RI, Witte MH, Barber BJ, Dori Y, Ghishan FK

With improving survival of children with complex congenital heart disease (CCHD), postoperative complications, like protein-losing enteropathy (PLE) are increasingly encountered. A 3-year-old girl with surgically corrected CCHD (ventricular inversion/L-transposition of...
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Postoperative Chylothorax: the Use of Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Lymphangiography and Thoracic Duct Embolization

Lee CW, Koo HJ, Shin JH, Kim MY, Yang DH

Dynamic enhanced magnetic resonance lymphangiography can be used to provide anatomic and dynamic information for various lymphatic diseases, including thoracic duct injury, and can also help to guide the thoracic...
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Recurrent Chylothorax Caused by a Retained Guidewire in a Central Vein: A Case Report

Jeon YD, Kim EK, Hwang JW, Park I, Kim NJ

The loss of a guidewire occurs very rarely during central venous catheterization (CVC). Guidewire loss can lead to serious mechanical, thrombotic, and infectious complications. A 74-year-old woman was admitted to...
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Simultaneous chylothorax and chylous ascites

Jang TS, Jeong IB, Cho DY, Kang SJ, Kwon OJ

Chylothorax or chylous ascites are rare manifestations of liver cirrhosis. We report a rare case of simultaneous chylothorax and chylous ascites in a patient with hepatitis B virus-related liver cirrhosis....
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Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Ligation of the Thoracic Duct in a Patient with Traumatic Chylothorax

Lee DH, Cho JY, Oh TH

Non-surgical traumatic chylothorax following blunt chest trauma is rare, with only a few cases having been reported. In general, conservative treatment measures are recommended as initial management of traumatic chylothorax;...
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Clinical Features of Herniated Disc at Cervicothoracic Junction Level Treated by Anterior Approach

Lee JG, Kim HS, Ju CI, Kim SW

OBJECTIVE: The anterior approach for C7-T1 disc herniation may be challenging because of obstruction by the manubrium and the narrow operative field. This study aimed to investigate the clinical and...
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Lymphoscintigraphy SPECT/CT: Instrumental Navigator in Repair of Thoracic Duct Injury

AbAziz A, Yusop SM, Tahir MF, Lim YC, Gallowitsch HJ

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Effect of Octreotide Injection on Postoperative Drainage After Neck Dissection: A Preliminary Report of a Prospective, Matched Case-Control Study

Ahn D, Jeon JH, Kim H, Sohn JH

OBJECTIVES: Somatostatin inhibits lymph production and reduces lymph flow into the lymphatic duct. We hypothesized that octreotide, a long-acting somatostatin analog, would reduce drainage after neck dissection (ND) by reducing...
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Aberrent Thoracic Duct Cyst in Postrior Mediastinum

Park SJ, Park SY, Choi H

Thoracic duct cysts in the upper portion of the diaphragm are mostly found in the neck and are rarely found in the mediastinum. Thoracic duct cysts should be differentiated from...
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Thoracic Duct Embolization with Lipiodol for Chylothorax due to Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair with Debranching Procedure

Lee KH, Jung JS, Cho SB, Lee SH, Kim HJ, Son HS

Chylothorax is a rare postoperative complication of a thoracic surgical procedure. Here, we report a case of chylothorax after thoracic endovascular aortic repair with debranching for the distal arch aneurysm...
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A Case of Cervical Thoracic Duct Cyst

Hong KM, Lim HG, Choi SJ, Choi JS

Thoracic duct cysts are very rare. They are usually asymptomatic but sometimes cause compressive effects on structures near them due to enlarged supraclavicular mass. The etiology of thoracic duct cysts...
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Postmastectomy/Axillary Node Dissection Chyloma: The Additional Value of SPECT/CT Lymphoscintigraphy

Thang SP, Tong AK, Ng DC

After mastectomy and axillary node dissection, chylous leakage is rare. However, considerable anatomical variation in the termination of the thoracic duct has been reported. Hence, during breast surgery, injury to...
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Bilateral Chylothorax Following Modified Radical Neck Dissection in Thyroid Cancer: A Case Report

Song Y, Lee J, Choi JW, Soh EY

Bilateral chylothoraxis an extremely rare complication of modified radical neck dissection. It is a potentially life-threatening condition that can lead to severe respiratory, nutritional, metabolic, and immunologic disorders. Use of...
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Surgical Resection of Thoracic Duct Lymphangioma

Bok JS, Jun JH, Lee HJ, Park IK, Kang CH, Kim YT

  • KMID: 2382183
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2014 Aug;47(4):423-426.
A 67-year-old male patient came to the hospital due to lung cancer and mediastinal cystic mass which was suspected to be esophageal duplication cyst. Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) was performed...
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Surgical treatment of recurrent pseudochylothorax occurring after therapy of tuberculous pleurisy

Yi JR, Kim WS, Jeong EJ, Jung YN, Lee HS, Jo GH, Lee JY

  • KMID: 2319935
  • Yeungnam Univ J Med.
  • 2014 Jun;31(1):65-68.
Pseudochylothorax is an uncommon pleural effusion disease characterized by the presence of cholesterol crystals or high lipid content not resulting from a disrupted thoracic duct. Most of the cases reported...
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