Deep Vein Thrombosis – DVT
Deep Vein Thrombosis
(DVT). This is where a blood clot forms in the major
of the body – usually the legs. Complications can arise when blood clots dislodge, travel in the bloodstream, and then lodge in other veins or
causing a blockage (called an
). Treatment will depend on the location and severity of the clot. Some small clots may resolve spontaneously without treatment but a
is generally treated intensively.
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Skin Institute can help combat all forms of venous disease, providing treatments for cosmetic forms such as spider veins, or medical problems . . .