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Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced computed tomography of abdomen shows right inferior vena cava and left inferior vena cava on lateral aspects of abdominal aorta in coronal and axial image (a and b), right inferior vena cava formation (c) by the union of right common iliac vein and small caliber left internal iliac vein, left inferior vena cava formation by left external iliac vein alone and continuation of left internal iliac vein to right inferior vena cava. (c-e) Both inferior vena cavae join at renal vein level. RIVC: Right inferior vena cava; LIVC: Left inferior vena cava; AO: Aorta; LIIV: Left internal iliac vein; LEIV: Left external iliac vein

Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced computed tomography of abdomen shows right inferior vena cava and left inferior vena cava on lateral aspects of abdominal aorta in coronal and axial image (a and b), right inferior vena cava formation (c) by the union of right common iliac vein and small caliber left internal iliac vein, left inferior vena cava formation by left external iliac vein alone and continuation of left internal iliac vein to right inferior vena cava. (c-e) Both inferior vena cavae join at renal vein level. RIVC: Right inferior vena cava; LIVC: Left inferior vena cava; AO: Aorta; LIIV: Left internal iliac vein; LEIV: Left external iliac vein