Gangrene of the Extremities of Venous Origin Review of the Literature with Case Reports

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  title={Gangrene of the Extremities of Venous Origin Review of the Literature with Case Reports},
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  year={2005}
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  • Published 2005
Gangrene of the extremities of venous origin is reviewed; it is a rare but distinct clinicopathologic entity hitherto not widely known. A classification of the cases of thrombophlebitis complicated with gangrene is presented, based on the presence of the peripheral pulses: (1) cases with palpable arteries; (2) cases with nonpalpable but patent arteries. Patency of the entire arterial system of the involved extremity. as verified by anatomic findings, is necessary for correct diagnosis. Complete… CONTINUE READING

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