Radiological Diagnostic Strategies and Interventional Radiology

  • J. Weber

Abstract

Until now, the classification of congenital vascular defects has meant a serious problem for the adequate and well-timed therapy of the diseased patients.6,25,28,31,70,64 Many of the disciplines involved are still following their own definitions,23,44,52,56 each transmitting historical syndromes, such as Klippel and Trénaunay’s from 190018 and F. P. Weber’s from 1907,55 that were defined at that time only according to clinical signs.51

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Catheter Ischemia Radium Acrylate Diol 

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