F. P. Weber syndrome
Known arteriovenous dysplasia of the right upper leg. History of repeated vascular surgery since childhood.
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Tangled meandering vessels in the right anterior femoral region, that enhance at the same time or shortly after the main artery. Precocious enhancement of the femoral veins, capillary blush and venous pooling on late acquisitions.
The eponymous denominator F. P. Weber syndrome was formerly used for combined congenital vascular malformations with predominating arteriovenous shunts. Today, this type of CVM would be more accurately described using the Hamburg classification.