TopicPhleboliths :- What are Phleboliths and How Are They Treated ?

  • Thu 19th Nov 2020 - 10:05am

    Phleboliths are little, round bumps of calcium which form in a individual’s person veins.  They frequently appear as white spots on pelvic X-rays, and they may be confused for kidney stones.

    They aren’t normally a cause for concern and are rarely painful.  But should they do cause discomfort, treatments can be found.

    In this guide, we take a look at the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and therapy.

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