Superior Cava Venous Syndrome SVCS encompasses a constellation of signs and symptoms resulting from partial or complete obstruction of blood flow through the superior vena cava SVC to the right atrium. Thrombosis can be caused by intrinsic primary or extrinsic compression with or without secondary thrombosis. The causes of SVCS can be grouped according to their etiology in non-neoplastic and neoplastic. The presentation may be acute, clinically characterized by dyspnea and a characteristic triad facial, neck and arms edema, cyanosis and collateral circulation.

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It refers to one of the signs of superior vena cava syndrome. Dyspnea is the most common symptom, followed by trunk or extremity swelling. Apenas llegaba a la cintura y que iba sobrepuesta a la capa o el capote. They evolved in the fourteenth century from long sleeves and typically had one end hanging down to the knees. In later fashion, a tippet is often any scarf-like wrap, usually made of fur, such as the 16th century zibellino[1] or the fur-lined capelets worn in the midth century.

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