Diagnosis of thoracic outlet syndrome. Value of angiography in the sitting position (in French)

      Thoracic outlet syndrome includes arterial, venous, or neurological symptoms. Frequently difficult to diagnose clinically, confirmatory imaging studies are usually required. The purpose of this study was to review the diagnostic work-up during management of patients with thoracic outlet syndrome and demonstrate the value of angiography in the sitting position.
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