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Fig. 2

From: Spectrum of imaging findings in Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome affecting lower limbs: a report of three cases

Fig. 2

a X-ray of pelvis including bilateral hip joints and proximal femurs show shallow dysplastic right acetabulum, osteonecrosis of the femoral head, decreased hip joint space, coxa vara deformity, and increased cortical thickness of the short right femur. b Axial contrast enhanced CT angiography image demonstrates superficial varicosities (interrupted arrow) and absent external iliac vein on right side (arrow). Normal relationship of artery (A) and vein (V) on left side with presence of external iliac vein (dotted arrow). c Coronal contrast enhanced CT venography image (delayed phase) showing venous arch in anterior abdominal wall (arrow) connecting venous system of both lower limbs. d Axial contrast enhanced CT angiography image demonstrates muscular atrophy of the right thigh and multiple subcutaneous varicosities (arrow)

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