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A Persistent Hemorrhagic Swelling

  • Mohammad Ali El-Darouti
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Abstract

A 68-year-old male presented with fluctuant slightly tender hemorrhagic swelling affecting dorsum of the left foot, for a duration of 1 year (Fig. 23.1).

Keywords

Multiple Myeloma Vascular Malformation Lymphatic Channel Collagen Bundle Lymphatic Endothelial Cell 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mohammad Ali El-Darouti
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  1. 1.Cairo UniversityCairoEgypt

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