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VIIIth International Congress on Thrombosis and Haemostasis
Recurrent deep vein thrarbosis must be differentiated from other causes of leg pain, swelling and inflammation, including chronic venous insufficiency or the postphlebitic stasis syndrome. Venous obstruction and/or valvular incompetence was evaluated by Dcppler ultrasound in 229 patients with recurrent leg symptoms following one or more prior episodes of clinical deep vein thrombosis. The diagnostic sensitivity and specificity of the Dcppler technique was 96% and 90%, respectively, in 259doi:10.1055/s-0038-1652466 fatcat:jmswao4khvgcnbs44kgdc2rk5q