The diagnosis of recurrent deep venous thrombosis

Gibbs Harry (2007) The diagnosis of recurrent deep venous thrombosis. Australian Prescriber, 30 2: 38-40.

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Author Gibbs Harry
Title The diagnosis of recurrent deep venous thrombosis
Journal name Australian Prescriber   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0312-8008
Publication date 2007
Sub-type Article (original research)
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Volume 30
Issue 2
Start page 38
End page 40
Total pages 3
Place of publication Deakin, ACT, Australia
Publisher National Prescribing Service
Subject 3004 Pharmacology
Abstract Duplex ultrasound is the preferred investigation for the diagnosis of initial and recurrent deep venous thrombosis.The contralateral leg should be scanned when thrombosis is diagnosed as it is bilateral in 30% of cases. At the completion of anticoagulant therapy a venous duplex scan should be performed to establish a new baseline. Recurrent deep venous thrombosis can subsequently be diagnosed if there is a 5 cm increase in the extent of residual thrombus or an increase in the compressed thrombus diameter of more than 2 mm. If there is any doubt about the presence of a recurrent thrombosis serial ultrasound should be used.
Keyword D-dimer
Q-Index Code C1
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