Published in Blood Weekly, November 2nd, 2006
According to recent research published in the American Journal of Surgery, "JVP is a cervical mass that occurs relatively infrequently and usually presents in children as a soft cystic swelling in the neck during straining. It is liable to be misdiagnosed or managed inappropriately. This report elucidates the clinical presentation, diagnosis, treatment choices, and postoperative complications of JVP, and diagnostic methods and treatment choices are recommended.
"Fifty-one cases of JVP were reviewed (right vein...
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