Dr. Steel is Resident, Dr. Thoreson is on Staff, Interventional Radiology, Dr. Jesinger is Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency, and Dr. Lichtenberger is on Staff, Diagnostic Radiology, Department of Radiology (60 MDTS/SGQX), David Grant USAF Medical Center, 101 Bodin Circle, Travis AFB, CA 94535; E-mail: [email protected]; and Dr. Carter is Assistant Professor and Director of Thoracic Imaging, Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.
After participating in this activity, the diagnostic radiologist should be better able to diagnose and differentiate the many malignant and benign causes of superior vena cava syndrome on imaging, and to suggest various treatment possibilities depending on the cause of the superior vena cava obstruction.
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