Venous thrombosis in rare or unusual sites: a diagnostic challenge.

Abstract

Venous thrombosis usually involves the veins of the limbs, most frequently the leg veins. All other venous districts may sometimes be affected by the thrombotic process. Sometimes, the thrombotic occlusion of the veins of a given region show typical signs and symptoms. In other cases, the picture may not be clear and a high degree of clinical suspicion is… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0033-1363471

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@article{Girolami2014VenousTI, title={Venous thrombosis in rare or unusual sites: a diagnostic challenge.}, author={Antonio Girolami and Martina Treleani and Emanuela Bonamigo and Valentina Tasinato and Bruno Girolami}, journal={Seminars in thrombosis and hemostasis}, year={2014}, volume={40 1}, pages={81-7} }