Chronic venous disorders consecutive to anomalous intraosseous venous drainage: Bone perforators?
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13 cases of chronic venous disorders due to anomalous intraosseous venous drainage have been published. We discuss the clinical aspect, investigations, and treatment of this unrecognised entity, suggesting the appellation of bone perforators.
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