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What leads to venous thrombosis?

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Dr. Mark Nielsen
Phlebology
5 doctors agree

In brief: 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).

In brief: 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).
Dr. Mark Nielsen
Dr. Mark Nielsen
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Dr. Tom Harrington
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Venous thrombosis-

Typical causes for leg thrombosis are sedentary lifestyle ie prolonged sitting localized trauma- to include recent leg surgery obesity as well as being pregnant that makes your blood more likely to clot certain drugs ie estrogen or less likely a family history of blood clots.

In brief: Venous thrombosis-

Typical causes for leg thrombosis are sedentary lifestyle ie prolonged sitting localized trauma- to include recent leg surgery obesity as well as being pregnant that makes your blood more likely to clot certain drugs ie estrogen or less likely a family history of blood clots.
Dr. Tom Harrington
Dr. Tom Harrington
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