Greath Saphenous Vein Cut-down as an access for the implantation of a Total Inplantable Venous Access Port. Case report
1.1. Background: Because the central or peripheral veins that
drain to the superior vena cava (SVC) can become exhausted or
because of other clinical problems, other access routes, such as the
great saphenous vein (GSV), may be needed for cancer patients
undergoing intravenous chemotherapy.