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Figure 7.19. Calcification of the scalp veins following intravenous infusion of sodium bicarbonate and calcium gluconate. Deep areas of necrosis may occur following infiltration from intravenous solutions containing calcium.

Figure 7.20. Radiographic series of an infant's leg with soft tissue and intravascular calcifications. This infant received calcium glu-conate through a "cut-down" in the ankle. There are two patterns of calcification: amorphous ("bulky") and vascular (going up through the thigh).

Figure 7.20. Radiographic series of an infant's leg with soft tissue and intravascular calcifications. This infant received calcium glu-conate through a "cut-down" in the ankle. There are two patterns of calcification: amorphous ("bulky") and vascular (going up through the thigh).

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