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Angio-osteohypotrophic syndrome

Angio-osteohypotrophic syndrome: Introduction

Angio-osteohypotrophic syndrome: A rare disorder characterized by malformation of the peripheral (usually veins) blood vessels and skeletal abnormalities. The malformed blood vessels cause localized soft tissue swellings and if veins in bones are affected, the bone may degenerate due to an insufficient blood supply. Usually the hands are affected. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Angio-osteohypotrophic syndrome is available below.

Symptoms of Angio-osteohypotrophic syndrome

  • Peripheral blood vessel malformations
  • Abnormal peripheral blood vessel location
  • Lack of valves in veins - partial or total
  • Underdeveloped peripheral veins
  • Absent peripheral veins
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