Colour duplex scanning and phlebography in deep vein thrombosis.


Clinical evaluation of deep venous thrombosis is often unreliable. Recently it has been shown that deep venous thrombosis may be detected with colour duplex scanning which is safer than phlebography. However it is not clear how colour duplex correlates with phlebography. One hundred and twenty consecutive patients with suspected deep vein thrombosis were… (More)


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