Current results of the left gonadic vein transposition in the nutcracker syndrome

      The nutcracker syndrome (NCS) can cause invalidating chronic pain requiring treatment, but few data are available to propose a univocal attitude. The reimplantation of the left gonadic vein (LGV) is one of the surgical alternatives. The objective of this study was to report the results of this technique.
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