L H Bradleigh

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Three patients are presented with traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) complicated by acute heterotopic ossification (HO), and concurrent deep vein thrombosis 15 months, 18 months and 22 years after SCI, accompanied by persistent hypercoagulation. The diagnosis of HO preceded deep vein thrombosis in all three patients. All were treated with etidronate(More)
The differential diagnosis of the swollen lower extremity in the patient with spinal cord injury includes deep venous thrombosis, fracture, cellulitis, joint sepsis, heterotopic ossification, hematoma formation, and neoplasm. A patient with an asymmetrically swollen limb who was found to have concurrent ipsilateral acute deep venous thrombosis and active(More)
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