A 36-year-old female asked:
One leg swelling and painful. negative ct and 3 negative ultrasound for blood clots. elevated ddimer. what could this be. it's really swollen and hurt?
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Radiology - Interventional 35 years experience
If left leg: is the swollen one, then you need further evaluation of your iliac vein for compression from overlying arteries. This is called May Thurner Syndrome. Further info at sir web.org. Also doctor finder if you need a referral to an interventional radiologist.
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