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Out-patient detection of deep vein thrombosis using a combination of risk scoring and strain-gauge-plethysmography: a follow-up study


Abstract Patients are frequently referred to hospital for exclusion of deep vein thrombosis (DVT); however, the diagnosis is only confirmed in 12% of those undergoing investigation. An effective strategy is required, which minimises the number of negative investigations, while safely excluding or confirming the diagnosis. This study investigates the combination…

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