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Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science
Mondor's Disease is a rare pathology, known as a superficial thrombophlebitis of the chest wall, benign and self-limiting, with a resolution that takes between 6 weeks to 6 months. It is more commonly observed in women than men. In most cases, it is idiopathic, and doesn't require specific handling, however, occasionally it can be a manifestation of other serious systemic pathologies. We report the case of a 34years old man, in emergency room with pain in a descendent path at the level of thedoi:10.38125/oajbs.000265 fatcat:3bdirzqn7jbwnjwgmq6rqk5ism