5 doctors weighed in:
Deep vein thrombosis causes warmth, pyrexia?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Ted King
Phlebology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Unusual
The only time a DVT would cause pyrexia (a fever) would be if there was an infection assciated with it.
Although that can happen, it would be exceedingly rare.

In brief: Unusual
The only time a DVT would cause pyrexia (a fever) would be if there was an infection assciated with it.
Although that can happen, it would be exceedingly rare.
Dr. Ted King
Dr. Ted King
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Dr. Claude Brachfeld
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
2 doctors agree
In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Claude Brachfeld
Dr. Claude Brachfeld
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