Haemorrhagic compression of the femoral nerve complicating anticoagulation therapy. Case report.

Abstract

Haemorrhagic compression of the femoral nerve is a rare complication of anticoagulation therapy. Two cases of femoral neuropathy secondary to such medication are presented and the literature is reviewed. The therapeutic approach to the problem is discussed.

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@article{Nielsen1986HaemorrhagicCO, title={Haemorrhagic compression of the femoral nerve complicating anticoagulation therapy. Case report.}, author={Bodil Nielsen}, journal={Acta chirurgica Scandinavica}, year={1986}, volume={152}, pages={695-6} }