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Peripheral vessels | 10.2 Peripheral veins
Case 10.2.6 Various and intravascular lesions


Various venous abnomalities :
Venous (false) aneurysm with a bloodclot
Intravascular lesions:
Small vascularized intravascular mass with calcification possibly a hemangioma in the greater saphenous vein
Intravascular lesions:
Small vascularized hypoechoic tumor in the cephalic vein. (The lumen of the vein is echogenic caused by slow bloodflow caused by external co ...
Intravascular lesions:
Small intravascular soft tissue mass in a superficial vein in the lower leg. No further examinations were performed
Intravascular lesions:
Leiomyoma of the wall of a superficial vein on the lateral aspect of the ankle
Intravascular lesions:
Localized wall thickening of the distal greater saphenous vein. No further examinations were performed
Intravascular lesions:
Localized phlebitis at the level of a patent valve. There is normal flow in the vein
Various venous abnomalities :
Venous (false) aneurysm with a bloodclot
Intravascular lesions:
Small vascularized intravascular mass with calcification possibly a hemangioma in the greater saphenous vein
Intravascular lesions:
Small vascularized hypoechoic tumor in the cephalic vein. (The lumen of the vein is echogenic caused by slow bloodflow caused by external co ...
Intravascular lesions:
Small intravascular soft tissue mass in a superficial vein in the lower leg. No further examinations were performed
Intravascular lesions:
Leiomyoma of the wall of a superficial vein on the lateral aspect of the ankle
Intravascular lesions:
Localized wall thickening of the distal greater saphenous vein. No further examinations were performed
Intravascular lesions:
Localized phlebitis at the level of a patent valve. There is normal flow in the vein
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