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Volume 2012, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 2305-7823
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Abstract

Abstract

Venous aneurysms are relatively rare anomalies which can affect different parts of the vascular system. Diagnosis and management of this condition could pose important problems. We here report a giant false aneurysm of the subclavian vein with emphasis on the thought process that determined the management strategy.

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