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Genital oedema associated with femoral central venous access in a premature baby
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    Unusual Femoral CVC line complication

    Even though we work with adult patients with CVC lines (including femoral), we are always looking for information to expand our knowledge base about line related complications. This brief write up and the excellent photo have provided us with information about a CVC complication that we have never seen. An excellent presentation. We appreciate seeing this. Keep up the good work in sharing with the rest of us across the...

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