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Museum of TMH Multimodality Imaging Center. Congenital aplasia of the left iliac vein in a patient with concomittant Sturge-Weber syndrome and May-Thurner syndrome with congenital aberrant left femoral to right greater saphenous vein bypass



Museum of TMH Multimodality Imaging Center. Congenital aplasia of the left iliac vein in a patient with concomittant Sturge-Weber syndrome and May-Thurner syndrome with congenital aberrant left femoral to right greater saphenous vein bypass



Methodist Debakey Cardiovascular Journal 8(1): 49




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