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My family member had thrombosis for 15 years can you still treat it? He also has some kind outside infection? He also 20 years smoker?

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Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Need more info

Being a smoker does increase your risk of thrombosis of all types, and there are good treatments for thrombosis when it does occur - but the treatments depend very much on where the thrombosis occurs.

In brief: Need more info

Being a smoker does increase your risk of thrombosis of all types, and there are good treatments for thrombosis when it does occur - but the treatments depend very much on where the thrombosis occurs.
Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
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Dr. Lornell Hansen
Phlebology

In brief: Depends

This type of patient can br difficult but most of the time they can be treated.
This patient will want to see a very experienced physician.

In brief: Depends

This type of patient can br difficult but most of the time they can be treated.
This patient will want to see a very experienced physician.
Dr. Lornell Hansen
Dr. Lornell Hansen
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