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What is meant by venous thrombosis?
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Dr. Tom Harrington
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Venous thrombosis
This means a blood clot in a vein, most typically in a leg vein symptoms would be local pain, possibly redness or warmth, swellling.

In brief: Venous thrombosis
This means a blood clot in a vein, most typically in a leg vein symptoms would be local pain, possibly redness or warmth, swellling.
Dr. Tom Harrington
Dr. Tom Harrington
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Dr. Ted King
Phlebology
In brief: A blood clot
A thrombosis or thrombus (clot) can form in any vein anywhere in the body.
These are often painful, although not always, and, depending on their location, can be very serious. A clot in one of the deep veins in the leg is a deep vein thrombosis and, if some or all of the clot breaks off and travels it can go to you lungs and be life threatening. A clot in the brain is a type of stroke.

In brief: A blood clot
A thrombosis or thrombus (clot) can form in any vein anywhere in the body.
These are often painful, although not always, and, depending on their location, can be very serious. A clot in one of the deep veins in the leg is a deep vein thrombosis and, if some or all of the clot breaks off and travels it can go to you lungs and be life threatening. A clot in the brain is a type of stroke.
Dr. Ted King
Dr. Ted King
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