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Introduction Chyle leak, although rare, is a well-documented complication following surgical dissection of the neck. Because of the location of the thoracic duct in the left side of the neck, there is a risk of chyle leak in lateral and central neck procedures, 4 but injury can also occur in penetrating trauma.
The duct terminates at the junction of the left internal jugular and subclavian veins and typically has a complex branching pattern into multiple smaller channels.
Although the left side of the neck is the most common site, chyle fistulas have been reported in the right side of the neck as well because of the variability in the lymphatic system, with the possibility of a thoracic duct outlet on the right side.
The show has won Golden Globes, Emmys and Peabody awards.
This is something Braithwaite longed to see and, reportedly 101 years old, amazingly he crossed the Atlantic in order to attend the opening night of Ayub Khan Din's sharply scripted adaptation - directed with lively panache by Mark Babych - and received a standing ovation for his pains.
It was very hard, says Murphy, who wrote the episode with fellow executive producers Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. It's amazing performances across the board.
Everybody went into it with a lot of love.