Goldberg, Melvin J.
April 1970
Angiology;Apr1970, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p260
Academic Journal
The purpose of this paper was not be debate the etiology of the calf pain and ecchymosis but merely to point out that the relatively recently described ‘coup de fouet’ syndrome is the same entity as the well-known tennis leg. Both consist of the acute onset of pain in the calf, often accompanied by a snapping sound, followed by edema and ecchymosis.


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