Idiopathic Spontaneous Deep Venous Thrombophlebitis in an Adolescent: A Case Report

Donath, Gary R.; Portnoy, Scott L.; Moynihan, Patricia C.; Kerstein, Morris D.
November 1985
Angiology;Nov1985, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p815
Academic Journal
A rare case of spontaneous deep venous thrombophlebitis in a 15-year-old adolescent is presented. This case is remarkable as it lacks any associated conditions and predisposing factors, as well as an etiologic diagnosis.


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