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Year : 1988  |  Volume : 22  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 60-61

Leg Swelling In Spinal Cord Injury Patient After The Acute Stage-A Case Report


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K. C Gopalakrishnan


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A persistent swelling of a leg with a difference in girth of 2.5 cms or more in a paraplegic patient in commonly considered as evidence of deep vein thrombosis. A case is reported where the swelling of the leg was due to compression of the femoral vein by a mass of heterotopic ossification in the region of the lesser trochanter.


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