[Pain in the foot or calf in a patient with varicose veins is not always of venous origin. Apropos of 13 cases].

@article{Guillerot1987PainIT,
  title={[Pain in the foot or calf in a patient with varicose veins is not always of venous origin. Apropos of 13 cases].},
  author={E Guillerot and Arthur Davy and Corinne Boyer},
  journal={Phlebologie},
  year={1987},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={261-4}
}
A leg pain is not always of venous origin. From thirteen clinical cases, various diagnoses are individualized: stress fractures, plantar static disorders, metatarsalgias, anterior and posterior muscular compartment syndromes.