Radiology/phlebolith

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robin wrote at 2013-03-14 09:21:02
Looks as if the answer to this is old and outdated but by the sounds of it so is the so called expert that answered. Firstly to come across that insensitive is just inappropriate and ,that person does not even belong here(that answer could have been approached and stated in a more humane manner) secondly although I would guide one to be comfortable until evaluation by Dr. secondly it is not entirely true,most phleboliths are known to be incidental however can also be problematic. To the person that asked this question,don't feel like you have to thank and appreciate that person's respond and to the responder you should be ashamed of yourself.




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