postphlebitic

postphlebitic

(pōst″flĕ-bit′ik) [ post- + phlebitic]
Occurring after a blood clot forms in a vein.
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Although evidence of postphlebitic changes in the deep veins of the thighs and AVC was demonstrated in the duplex examination performed one year later (Figure 1), the patient was well, and complained only of occasional swelling symptoms in his legs.
Now I am left with postphlebitic symptoms - I have 30% lung capacity and I have a heart defect.
Surgical thrombectomy cannot open the small venules that are affected in venous gangrene, and it does not prevent valvular incompetence or postphlebitic syndrome.
Prevention and treatment of postphlebitic symdrome: results of a 3-part study.
Systemic enzyme therapy of lower limb postphlebitic syndrome.
Following the surgery, she suffered massive bleeding and deep-vein thrombosis, resulting in permanent postphlebitic syndrome in her left leg.
The World Health Organization has recommended the use of GB in Raynaud's disease (a common and painful condition characterized by episodic digital ischaemia produced by emotion and cold), acrocyanosis, and postphlebitic syndrome (11).
The clinical complications from VTE--which is manifested as either deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolism (PE)--include death from PE, postphlebitic syndrome, and recurrent VTE.
The clinical complications from VTE-which is manifested as either deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolism (PE)--include death from PE, postphlebitic syndrome, and recurrent VTE.
Nine women overall had a recurrence of postphlebitic ulcers, one of whom first presented with the skin problem.