Mondor Disease

More on Mondor Disease: usually it is not associated with swollen lymph nodes in general.

Mondor’s disease From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mondor’s disease Classification and external resources ICD–10 I80.8 (ILDS I80.81) ICD–9 451.89 DiseasesDB 32183 eMedicine derm/909 Mondor’s disease (also known as “Mondor’s syndrome of superficial thrombophlebitis”[1]) is a rare condition which involvesthrombophlebitis of the superficial veins of the breast and anterior chest wall. It sometimes occurs in the arm or penis.[2]:827In axilla, this condition is known as axillary web …

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Mondor Disease: Inflammatory breast cancer review

Canadian Family Physician Skip to main page content HOME CURRENT ISSUE ARCHIVES COLLECTIONS COLLECTION FRANÇAISE ABOUT CFP FEEDBACK Search for Keyword:GO Advanced Search Approach to inflammatory breast cancer Andrea Molckovsky, MD,  Barbara Fitzgerald, RN,  Orit Freedman, MD, Ruth Heisey, MD and  Mark Clemons, MD +Author Affiliations Drs Molckovsky, Freedman, and Clemons and Ms Fitzgerald work in the Division of Hematology and …

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