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How does warfarin increase the risk of thrombosis in heparin induced thrombocytopenia?

How does warfarin increase the risk of thrombosis in heparin induced thrombocytopenia?

HITT: Coumadin (warfarin) will also drop funcitonal levels of anti thromboti genes such as Prot C an S. In HITT coumadin (warfarin) dose not increase the risk of thrombosis, it is just inneffective at blocking the heparin PF4 complexes that lead to thrombosis in this condition. ...Read more

Blood Clot (Definition)

A blood clot or thrombus is the final step of the coagulation cascade. It is a good thing when your body is trying to stop blood loss, however a blood clot can form in the veins after prolonged periods of immobility. This type of like ...Read more


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Dr. I'm dealing with ED symptoms and I feel that thrombosis Is the root of the issue? Is this possible?

Dr. I'm dealing with ED symptoms and I feel that thrombosis Is the root of the issue? Is this possible?

Unlikely: While there has been a lot of interest in relating symptoms of ED to vascular insufficiency the causes of ED are very complex and it is very unusual for vascualr thrombosis to be the primary cause. Physicians have been looking for a vasualr cure for ED for three decades and the results have been disappointing. At 31 years old unlessthere is something unusual it is not likely in your case ...Read more

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What test diagnose venouis thrombosis?

What test diagnose venouis thrombosis?

Ultrasound is best: As dr. Hertzman said, ultrasound is best but you might not need one. If your history is suggestive of a deep venous thrombosis (dvt), a blood test called a d-dimer can be very useful. If your d-dimer is normal, an ultrasound is probably not necessary. If your history is suggestive of a DVT and your d-dimer is abnormal, an ultrasound is a must. ...Read more

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Could I have a thrombosis with no symptom?

Could I have a thrombosis with no symptom?

Thrombosis: Depending on where the thrombosis is, etc, you may need treatment to prevent a more serious condition such as a pe, mi, or stroke, etc. Best for you to discuss with your doctor what treatment you need, if any, depending on the severity and location of your thrombosis (even without symptoms). Best wishes. ...Read more

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Is it normal for non-occlusive thrombosis to be painful?

Acutely yes: In the acute stage thrombus is associated with inflammation of the vessel wall and this can cause pain. After a few days however the pain should diminish or disappear and certainly thrombi older than 10-14 days are not likely to cause pain , particularly if they are "non occlusive" ...Read more

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What is venous thrombosis?

What is venous thrombosis?

Vein Blood Clot: Venous thrombosis most often occurs in the leg veins. If it is in the deep leg veins it is called a deep venous thrombosis (dvt). This is a dangerous condition requiring medical attention and treatment with blood thinners. If the clot is in veins under the skin it is not particularly serious and is treated with moist heat and drugs like motrin. ...Read more

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What leads to venous thrombosis?

What leads to venous thrombosis?

Several causes: Venous thrombosis, or blood clots in the veins, can result from a number of causes such as injury to the vein wall, sluggish blood flow (as might occur when one is bedridden), and clotting abnomality where the blood has a tendency to clot (also known as hypercoaguability). ...Read more

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What exactly is venous thrombosis?

Blood clots: Thrombosis is clotting and when it is in the vein it is called venous thrombosis...If it is inflamed it si called throbophlebitis...The causes are several from inherited coagulation disorders to trauma to low blood flow to obstruction to the proximal vein to name a few. ...Read more

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Thrombosis (Definition)

Thrombosis simply means a clot. Thrombophlebitis is ...Read more