Some cases of mild NCS in children may be due to changes in body proportions associated with growth. The reason NCS occurs or causes symptoms in adults is less clear. The following may increase the risk of developing NCS as a result of compression of the left renal vein:
The surgical technique depends upon each person's anatomy and how likely it is to relieve symptoms. The use of a combination of surgical techniques is increasingly being recognized as a means to alleviate symptoms of NCS.
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