Hereditary Multiple Exostoses. A Rare Cause of Arterial Insufficiency

De Matos, A. Norton; Mendon�a, Mergulh�o J.; Pereira, Cactano M.
May 1983
Angiology;May1983, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p362
Academic Journal
The authors describe a case in which an exostosis of the femur produced thrombosis of the third portion of the right femoral artery in a male of 34.


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