Topical Diclofenac Therapy for Mondor's Disease of the Breast

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02/4/2014 10:25 AM

Topical Diclofenac Therapy for Mondor's Disease of the Breast
 

Dr.Hamoudi Mosah Ph.D
Dr.Estabraq Mahmood M.S, c,
Dr.Maher Jabber C.A.B.


Abstract
 
Background: Mondor's disease means superficial thrombophlibitis of the chest wall in human, treatment is entirely symptomatic. Hot, wet dressing and anodynes may be used for pain relief.
Objective: To evaluate the role of systemic and transdermal action of diclofenac (olfen) with respect to the symptom and sign (pain, erythema along the superficial vein), and the use of Doppler ultrasonography which is a colored ultrasound used for assessment of flow of blood in vessels.





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