Baker's cyst simulating deep vein thrombosis.


Phlebography is frequently requested to confirm or exclude deep venous thrombosis in patients presenting with a painful, swollen calf or leg. We have noted a small proportion of those with negative phlebograms to have compression or lateral deviation of the popliteal vein. These patients were submitted to contrast arthrography. Eighty per cent of this… (More)


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@article{Chaudhuri1990BakersCS, title={Baker's cyst simulating deep vein thrombosis.}, author={R. Chaudhuri and Raziye Salari}, journal={Clinical radiology}, year={1990}, volume={41 6}, pages={400-4} }