Popliteal Artery Thrombosis in Behçet's Syndrome. A New Manifestation of a Very Little Known Condition

Chavatzas, Demetrios
December 1974
Angiology;Dec1974, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p773
Academic Journal
A case of political artery thrombosis secondary to Behçet's syndrome is reported and attention is drawn to its presentation, diagnosis and treatment. A brief review of the syndrome is also included.


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