Central venous catheter on chest x-ray
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Right internal jugular CVC with tip at the cavo-atrial junction. No pneumothorax.
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Non-tunelled central venous catheters (CVCs) are commonly placed by emergency and intensive care physicians, and less so by radiologists. They can have two, three or five lumens and are typically used for short-term central vascular access.