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Popliteal vein thrombosis associated with femoral osteochondroma and popliteal artery pseudoaneurysm.
  1. E. M. Scott,
  2. F. J. White,
  3. P. E. Jennings
  1. Department of Medicine, York District Hospital, UK.

    Abstract

    Deep vein thrombosis is a common condition thought to be caused by impaired venous blood flow or hypercoagulable blood states. However, often no predisposing cause can be found. We describe a deep vein thrombosis formed in association with femoral osteochondroma and popliteal artery pseudoaneurysm. It is an interesting combination that has only been described once before.

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