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Mondor's disease

Mondor's disease: Introduction

Mondor's disease: Hardening and swelling of a veins under the skin of the breast and front chest wall which is caused by a blood clot. The condition can also occur in the arm or penis. It usually occurs as a result of some sort of trauma including surgery. The condition is benign and the initial red, tender cordlike mass eventually hardens and becomes painless and then disappears altogether within several weeks. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Mondor's disease is available below.

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Misdiagnosis and Mondor's disease

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