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Figure 1 (a–i): Popliteal venogram showing acute iliofemoral deep venous thrombosis with extensive filling defects at the femoral (a), external (b), and common iliac veins (c). (d–f) Post-catheter-directed thrombolysis venograms showing complete thrombus lysis with significant stenosis at the common and external iliac veins. (g–i) Final venogram showing stenting of the common and the external iliac veins with restoration of flow into femoral and iliac veins and the inferior vena cava.

Figure 1 (a–i): Popliteal venogram showing acute iliofemoral deep venous thrombosis with extensive filling defects at the femoral (a), external (b), and common iliac veins (c). (d–f) Post-catheter-directed thrombolysis venograms showing complete thrombus lysis with significant stenosis at the common and external iliac veins. (g–i) Final venogram showing stenting of the common and the external iliac veins with restoration of flow into femoral and iliac veins and the inferior vena cava.