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What is multiple pelvic phleboliths and treatment?

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Dr. Jason Gittman
45 years experience in Internal Medicine
Pelvic Phleboliths: Pelvic phleboliths are small cacifications in the veins in the pelvic area. They are almost always benign and not caused by a serious medical condition. They generally do not require any treatment unless they become bothersome.
Answered on Mar 18, 2017
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Dr. Gerald Mandell
51 years experience in Nuclear Medicine
Treatment different: Phleboliths are calcified small veins that are not usually clinically important. There usually is no treatment unless associated with hemangiomas, usu ... Read More
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Dr. Thomas Wright
28 years experience in Phlebology
Not much: pelvic phleboliths are calcifications seen on xray. they are not really associated with a disease or serious medical condition.
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Dr. Michael Schwartz
32 years experience in Vascular Surgery
Benign: Small benign calcified veins in the pelvis occasionally seen on x-rays. They're pretty common and of no concern.
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Dr. Michael Schwartz
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Small calcified vein: These can be seen on a cat scan (sometimes a plain x-ray). They are small veins, sometimes that get benign clots that become calcified. Not much of a ... Read More
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