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The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2001 December;42(6):825-7

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Congenital pelvic arteriovenous malformation: uncommon symptoms of lower limb venous hypertension

Akimaro Kudo F., Nishibe T., Miyazaki K., Flores J., Yasuda K.

From ­the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery Hokkaido University School of Medicine, Hokkaido, Japan


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Congenital pel­vic arter­i­ov­e­nous mal­for­ma­tions (AVMs) ­are ­rare ­and ­their clin­i­cal behav­ior is ­quite var­i­able. A ­case of con­gen­i­tal pel­vic ­AVM man­i­fest­ing ­with unusu­al extra­pel­vic symp­toms of ipsi­lat­er­al ­leg ­pain is ­described. The caus­es of symp­toms asso­ciat­ed ­with con­gen­i­tal pel­vic AVMs ­are dis­cussed.

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