Deep vein thrombosis


Venous thombosis occuring in deep leg veins above the knee which are asymptomatic because of opening of collateral circulation. It may be triggered by advance age, bed rest and immobilization, trauma, surgery, burns, general anesthesia, pueperium  and congestive heart failure.


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