A rare cause for a common leg circulation disorder
What is it about?
Familial osteochondromatosis is a bone disease that is hereditary and causes changes in the shape of bones. These changes can compress vascular structures and cause pain in walking, thrombosis, and even amputation.
Why is it important?
This condition is important because it is a not so rare disease that can cause vascular disease in young individuals with disabling potential.
The following have contributed to this page: Jamil Mariúba and RODRIGO JALDIN
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