How do you treat a deep vein thrombosis if also having high blood pressure?

No differently. The use of blood thinners is usually required when treated a dvt, and having high blood pressure shouldn't affect this, especially if the high blood pressure is under control!
Treat both. Hypertension should not alter the treatment plan for dvt. Systemic anticoagulation for 3-6 months is a minimum recomendation, and dont forget the compression stockings to prevent post-phlebitic syndrome.

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