Duplicated inferior vena cava
Young female has the clinical history of cervical cancer. Incidental finding.
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CECT (Contrast-enhanced Computed tomography) of the abdomen shows the presence of two IVCs on either side of the aorta. The left side is bigger than right side.
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Duplicated IVC is the congenital abnormality resulting from persistence of both supracardinal veins that results in two IVCs being present. It occurs in 0.2-0.5% of the population.
Normally the left IVC is smaller than the right but as seen in this case, the left IVC is bigger than the right.