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A case of transposed (left) inferior vena cava (IVC) with a normal suprarenal IVC visible on computed tomography (CT) is presented. There is concomitant recanalized thrombosis of the left IVC with venous collaterals present. Caval anomalies, differential diagnosis of a left IVC, and CT demonstration of thrombosis of major abdominal venous structures and associated venous collaterals are discussed.
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