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Thrombosis Adviserfor Healthcare Professionals
Peripheral Artery Disease: causes and consequences
Coronary Artery Disease: causes and consequences
Swelling associated with cutaneous cyanosis and indicating an acute deep vein thrombosis affecting the...
Acute proximal deep vein thrombosis affecting the right leg
Left popliteal vein thrombosis colour coded duplex sonography
Thrombi partially obstruct venous return, which can lead to symptoms such as venous distension and...
Phlegmasia cerulea dolens - advanced malignant disease
Cross-sectional view of the popliteal vein by compression ultrasonography showing partial obstruction...
Visible subcutaneous collateral veins indicating an acute deep vein thrombosis affecting the left leg
Acute proximal deep vein thrombosis affecting the left leg
(left: without compression, right: with compression). The compression is performed so strong that even the...
The compression is performed so strong that even the popliteal artery is narrowed (arrow)
Deep vein thrombosis. Vein with thrombus in lumen
Exclusion of an acute thrombosis of the left superficial femoral vein using compression sonography
Extended proximal deep vein thrombosis involving the inferior caval vein
Exclusion of an acute thrombosis of the left superficial femoral vein (SFV) using compression...
Thrombus (dark area) occluding more than half the diameter of the common femoral artery (as seen in...