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Figure 1 (A-F): Percutaneous sclerotherapy of venous malformation. A young girl with right supraclavicular compressible swelling. (A) Right subclavian angiogram shows no vascular blush within the lesion. (B) Direct puncture contrast injection confirms venous malformation. (C, D) Images showing intralesional distribution of sclerosant mixture after percutaneous sclerotherapy. (E) Pretreatment, (F) Posttreatment photograph shows regression of the lesion. Courtesy: Dr Uday Limaye, INR Division, KEMH, Mumbai

Figure 1 (A-F): Percutaneous sclerotherapy of venous malformation. A young girl with right supraclavicular compressible swelling. (A) Right subclavian angiogram shows no vascular blush within the lesion. (B) Direct puncture contrast injection confirms venous malformation. (C, D) Images showing intralesional distribution of sclerosant mixture after percutaneous sclerotherapy. (E) Pretreatment, (F) Posttreatment photograph shows regression of the lesion. Courtesy: Dr Uday Limaye, INR Division, KEMH, Mumbai