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Does Antiphospholipid Syndrome Cause Deep Vein Thrombosis
What other autoimmune diseases, besides antiphospholipid syndrome, cause deep vein thrombosis & increased coagulation of blood?
The brain, being supplied by a by a network of arteries is susceptible to bood clots just like every other organ in the body...The severity of the problem is related to the vessel iteslf and the area it supplies...As importantly, the duration of the episode , if less than 24 hours or greater determines treatment...Less than 24 hours of symptoms is classified as a ...Read more
Can, partially occlusive chronic thrombosis of lef saphenous in the calf and small saphenous vein proximal and mid calf, cause deep vein thrombosis?
Can a tummy tuck cause deep vein thrombosis? I've been told that deep vein thrombosis can happen during or after a tummy tuck. Is this true, and if so, why? How is it prevented?
Virchow's triad: The tummy tuck itself does not cause the clot but the stasis ( lack of movement) associated with being still under general anesthesia or in the post-operative period. To minimize this using foot pumps during surgery with compression stocking as well as encouraging movement after surgery is prescribed. Blood thinners may be used for high risk patients but not typically advised. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Many factors: There are many factor which cause dvts: dehydration, stasis of the blood in the legs, smoking, trauma, family associated hereditary disease (thrombophilia), injuries, inactivity including hospital stays, long flights without activity, obesity. Certain surgical procedures can also predispose a person to DVT as well. I recommend you to speak to your physician if you are concerned. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Not usually: Deep vein thrombosis, if it causes any symptoms at all, generally presents with swelling and pain of the affected limb. "pyrexia" or fever would only be present with an inflammatory or infectious thrombophlebitis, a much less commonn disorder and one which is quite serious. ...Read more
Compression thrombos: Pressure resulting in obstruction of a large vein can cause thrombosis and phlebitis. Directly or indirectly through clot propagation, a deep vein may become involved. Reduction of normal blood flow(venous stasis) predisposes to thrombosis. Other factors (inheirited, birth control pills, smoking, malignancy, bedridden) encourage this process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unusual but possible: Myocardial infarction (MI) could occur "indirectly" from pain, stress, anxiety causing increased heart rate with existing coronary artery disease. Rarely occurs if embolus passes thru hole in heart (septal defect, patent foramen ovale) reaching left heart instead of lungs, then going to coronary artery "paradoxical embolus). More likely that DVT is a complication of MI with immobilization, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many factors: Patients with a hereditary condition, called venous insufficiency have a valvular condition that allows blood to pool while standing or sitting, decreased return to heart when not lying down. Can lead to inflammation due to decreased blood flow through the vein, damage to vein and blood clotting. Other factors blood clotting disorder, malignancy, recent surgery, hx dvt, pregnancy, hrt, infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several things: Dvt occurs when virchow's triad is satisfied: hemodynamic abnormality (stasis, turbulence) endothelial damage, and hypercoagulability (abnormality in blood due to malignancy, increased risk in clot formation). Family history (thrombophilia), surgery, trauma, dehydration, prolonged bed rest, congestive heart failure, kidney problems are risk factors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple.: There are many causes for DVT but all causes revolve around 3 factors: stasis of blood, injury to the vessel wall or increased propensity to clot(hypercoagulabe state). Stasis occurs with long trips or immobility due to illness or casts. Injuries to the vein wall can occur with trauma from something within the vein or external to it .Hypercoagulable- increased risk of clotting -genetic/acquired. ...Read more
Deep vein thrombosis means a blood clot in the deeper veins of the affected extremity. The deeper veins of the major functional veins that returned blood flow back towards the heart. Having a blood clot in a deep vein is a serious issue and needs to be treated with anticoagulation therapy to prevent the possibility of a blood clot traveling ...Read more
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