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Figure 1: (a) Chest X-ray showing looping back of the right internal jugular vein central venous catheter. The right internal jugular vein venous sheath is seen lying properly within the right internal jugular vein; (b) transthoracic echocardiographic subcostal bicaval view showing the tip of the guidewire within right atrium; and (c) chest X-ray showing the tip of the right internal jugular vein central venous catheter lying properly within superior vena cava. RA: Right atrium, LA: Left atrium, TV: Tricuspid valve, RV: Right ventricle, SVC: Superior vena cava, IVC: Inferior vena cava

Figure 1: (a) Chest X-ray showing looping back of the right internal jugular vein central venous catheter. The right internal jugular vein venous sheath is seen lying properly within the right internal jugular vein; (b) transthoracic echocardiographic subcostal bicaval view showing the tip of the guidewire within right atrium; and (c) chest X-ray showing the tip of the right internal jugular vein central venous catheter lying properly within superior vena cava. RA: Right atrium, LA: Left atrium, TV: Tricuspid valve, RV: Right ventricle, SVC: Superior vena cava, IVC: Inferior vena cava