A RARE CASE OF SPONTANEOUS RUPTURE OF THE LEFT COMMON ILIAC VEIN WHICH WAS THE LATE COMPLICATION OF CAVA FILTER INSTALLATION

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The article is dedicated to a rare case of spontaneous rupture of the pathologically altered left common iliac vein which was a late complication of the cava filter placement. To date this complication has not been described in the national medical literature. In foreign literature only 21 cases of spontaneous rupture of the iliac vein with unclear cause were registered. The article presents a case observed in the practice of the Bureau of forensic medical examination of the Moscow region. It was found that on he background of a number of conditions (occlusion of the inferior vena cava; pathological changes in the venous wall, taking into account its anatomical location; immobilized state of the patient; lack of adequate anticoagulant therapy; predisposing factors in the form of muscle tension) spontaneous rupture of the left common iliac vein should be considered as one of the late cava filter placement complications.

Conclusion. Thus, the authors of the article have established the causes of spontaneous rupture of the iliac vein, as well as proposed the inclusion of this pathology in the official list of the late cava filter placement complications. 


About the authors

Yu. V. Chumakova

Bureau of Forensic Medical Expertise of Moscow Region; Department of Forensic Medicine, M. F. Vladimirskii Moscow Regional Research and Clinical Institute

Author for correspondence.
Email: chumakova@sudmedmo.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-9738-8288

Russian Federation Yuliya V. Chumakova, Bureau of Forensic Medical Expertise of Moscow Region

V. A. Tereshchenkov

Bureau of Forensic Medical Expertise of Moscow Region

Email: terezchenkov@sudmedmo.ru

Russian Federation Vladimir A. Tereshchenkov, main place of work: Bureau of Forensic Medical Expertise of Moscow Region

M. A. Kislov

Bureau of Forensic Medical Expertise of Moscow Region; Department of Forensic Medicine, M. F. Vladimirskii Moscow Regional Research and Clinical Institute

ORCID iD: 0000-0002-9303-7640

Russian Federation Maksim A. Kislov, Dr. Sci. (Med.), Prof., main place of work: Bureau of Forensic Medical Expertise of Moscow Region

Е. V. Bulanova

Bureau of Forensic Medical Expertise of Moscow Region

Email: bulanova@sudmedmo.ru

Russian Federation Elina V. Bulanova, main place of work: Bureau of Forensic Medical Expertise of Moscow Region

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