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Figure 2 (a and b): Two dimensional and three dimensional (3D) ultrasonographic assessment of the integument at vascular level. (a) Sectional assessment: Vascular structure appears echogenic; absence of lumen. Hypoechogenic center (*) corresponds to the obliterated vascular lumen. A signifi cant increase of the vascular wall thickness can be noticed. (b) 3D assessment – coronal plan view: Two vascular structures with obliterated lumen can be noticed; thick, echogenic walls, irregular, sinuous route (arrows). Subcutaneous tissue appears homogenous, with characteristic structure

Figure 2 (a and b): Two dimensional and three dimensional (3D) ultrasonographic assessment of the integument at vascular level. (a) Sectional assessment: Vascular structure appears echogenic; absence of lumen. Hypoechogenic center (*) corresponds to the obliterated vascular lumen. A signifi cant increase of the vascular wall thickness can be noticed. (b) 3D assessment – coronal plan view: Two vascular structures with obliterated lumen can be noticed; thick, echogenic walls, irregular, sinuous route (arrows). Subcutaneous tissue appears homogenous, with characteristic structure