Klippel – Trenaunay Syndrome

46 year-old male with past medical history of Syndrome (KTS) who presents with left leg swelling, venous claudication, port wine stains, prominent varicosities, and intolerance to cold temperatures especially in left forefoot/toes partially alleviated with massage and elastic compression stockings.


  • Medical history: KTS diagnosed in 1993, Obesity, Superficial thrombophlebitis (SVT). No previous DVT, PE or Thrombophilia.
  • Surgical history: Denies
  • Social history: Non-smoker, EtOH socially
  • Family history: Non-contributory
  • Allergies: None
  • Medications: Coumadin 15 mg daily

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Bilateral Ovarian Vein Thrombosis

A 35 year old G4P4 female presented with worsening left flank pain for the last 2 days.


Pain was described as:

  • Constant and low intensity in the left flank with episodes of exacerbation for about 5 years.
  • Severe since last 2 days.
  • Non-cyclic.
  • Radiating to left shoulder, left lower abdomen and lower back.
  • Partially alleviated with supine position.
  • No aggravating factors.

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Post-Procedure GSV Thrombophlebitis

A 21year-old healthy female presented with symptomatic varicose veins localized to right medial and proximal calf for about one year.


  • Aching, heaviness, and tenderness around the veins
  • Aggravating factors: Long standing
  • Alleviating factors: Leg elevation, wearing compression stockings

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