[A case of varices caused by angiodysplasia of the upper limb].

Abstract

The authors recall that the syndrome of Klippel and Trenaunay, which in its typical form most commonly involves a lower limb, constitutes the best known example of the angiodysplastic disorders, and go on to describe the case of a patient with extensive congenital varicose veins of the left upper limb, with slight bone hypertrophy and changes in the limb… (More)

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@article{Galobart1977ACO, title={[A case of varices caused by angiodysplasia of the upper limb].}, author={Judit Galobart}, journal={Phlebologie}, year={1977}, volume={30 3}, pages={301-6} }