Trousseau syndrome is recurrent migratory thrombophlebitis associated with visceral cancer (usually pancreatic).
Superficial thrombophlebitis can often be distinguished from cellulitis on the basis of history (recent intravenous catheter site) and physical exam (palpable induration or cord in the area of a vein).
Superficial thrombophlebitis on the chest with enlarged veins is sometimes called Mondor disease.
I80.9 – Phlebitis and thrombophlebitis of unspecified site
2477008 – Superficial thrombophlebitis
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