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Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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Gas bubbles that occur after supersaturation and do not cause any symptoms are called "silent bubbles" and can be detected by Doppler imaging in venous circulation (13,16,17).
Direct UV flow into the systemic venous circulation (the right atrium) usually causes volume overload of the right heart, and thereby right heart failure, whose signs were carefully monitored, but they were not observed.
In the retrograde mechanism, air in the central venous circulation reaches the cerebral vasculature by moving in the opposite direction of the venous blood flow (5,6).
PCS is a disorder of pelvic venous circulation that predominantly affects the ovarian veins.
Edema caused by constriction blocks arterial and venous circulation. If treatment delays tissue necrosis and auto-amputation can develop at the affected area.
Shortness of breath, tachypnea, rales, wheezing, and respiratory failure could occur when pulmonary venous circulation is involved.
Pulmonary tumor embolism occurs when clusters of cells from a primary malignant tumor invade venous circulation and travel to the lungs.
Venous circulation of the lower extremities progresses from the superficial to perforating to deep veins, with valves in each system to ensure unidirectional blood flow.12 As the calf muscles contract, the pumping action causes the blood to flow from the deep veins into the inferior vena cava.
Newer devices are now also being used, including the subcutaneous ICD which is implanted in a subcutaneous pocket and does not require any endovascular leads in the heart or access to the central venous circulation (8).
Regarding the extension of thrombosis both at the level of the systemic venous circulation and at the level of pulmonary circulation, with elements of pulmonary hypertension, the administration of thrombolytic treatment was recommended, but was refused by the patient.
Impaired blood flow due to obesity or sluggish venous circulation can cause peripheral oedema and delay healing.