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Can A Hematoma Cause A Blood Clot
No: A hickey is a shallow bruising, blood cells leaking from tiny capillary beds that will dissolve over time. It is not a clot. Such clots occur in a moderate or big blood vessel to trigger a stroke. ...Read more
Heart stroke: A heart stroke is also known as a myocardial infarction or heart attack. A blood clot forms in a heart blood vessel. This cuts off flow to a part of the heart and that part dies. This can cause pain, rhythm and pumping disturbances. These things can result in disability or death. ...Read more
Uncommon: Blood clot formation is one of the complications of varicocele but it is uncommon for that to cause systemic issues, unless the person has blood clotting disorder, i.e., a tendency to form blood clots. See this site for information and discuss the matter with your doctor. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001284.htm ...Read more
Cerebral thrombosis.: Blood clots in the brain obstruct vessels and cause stroke. Blood clots can develop at a local regional vessel in the head or they can come from a distant vessel, commonly the carotid, or from the heart , especially when the heart beats irregularly. The most common mechanism for a clot developing is rupture of a atherotic plaque on the blood vessel which stimulates the blood to clot. ...Read more
Blood clot (DVT): Generally a leg blood clot (dvt), pain is commonly felt in the calf area with swelling and redness. If pain is in the shin, anterior leg, it's not likely from a blood clot. If you're concerned about a blood clot, go to the emergency department as it could be deadly. However at your age and gender, it's unlikely. ...Read more
fast enough: Severity can trigger blot formation or hematoma esp. If you take blood thinner. ...Read more
Rare: A blood clot affecting a leg rarely causes a stroke. It tends to occur when there is a small hole in the heart, such as a patent foramen ovale, this is something people are born with. It also tends to occur when there is a somewhat large clot in the leg, such as in the femoral vein. Blood clots in leg veins are not a major cause of stroke, like smoking, diabetes and high blood pressure are. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several: There are several types of blood clots. They can occur in arteries or in veins. Clots in arteries can occur from chronic narrowing or from an embolism (such as a clot coming from the heart). Clots in veins can either be in the superficial or deep veins. Superficial clots are called superficial phlebitis and deep are called dvt. Any clot should be evaluated by a vascular surgeon. ...Read more
No: It's on for too short a time. A too-small BP cuff is a problem only because it makes the measured BP appear elevated which is artifactual. ...Read more
Yes, but rarely: Blood clots in the leg can happen after any trauma to the lower extremity or even after elective surgery. It is caused by blood vessel injury, swelling in the leg, and inactivity resulting in decreased contraction of muscles in the calf. It can be prevented by doing elevation of the leg, light compressive wrap or stockings, ankle and knee range of motion exercises and anticoagulant medications. ...Read more
Require more info: Further information is required to give you an answer. Blood clot meaning stroke which is a clot in the blood vessel. Or blood clot on surface of brain or within the brain. Regardless if damage was done to the brain the degree of damage would determine any permanent effects. ...Read more
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