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Alexandra Zimm, MD

Oakview medical




Internal Jugular Phlebectasia

July 06, 2010

A 16-year-old girl with internal jugular phlebectasia presented for followup ultrasound evaluation. At age 15 months, she was noted to have a right-sided neck mass that appeared when crying or straining. Her weight, height, and head circumference were normal. She had no cardiac anomalies and was otherwise healthy.