A member asked:

I was tested for deep vein thrombosis in blood test and ultrasound on calf for my pain. both normal. could both be false normal and i still have it?

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Dr. Michael Gabor answered

Specializes in Diagnostic Radiology

No test is ever: 100%, but the combination of a negative d-dimer test(I assume) and ultrasound means that the chance of thrombosis is extremely remote.

Answered 7/17/2014



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