postthrombotic syndrome

post·throm·bot·ic syn·drome

a syndrome that follows a vascular thrombosis. Term is usually used to indicate difficulties, such as persistent edema, following venous thrombosis.
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A surgeon said I had postthrombotic syndrome and the clotting was linked to two genes I carried.
Complications of PSS include pulmonary embolism, postthrombotic syndrome (pain, heaviness, and swelling), and recurrent thrombosis.
Routine use of compression stockings is out to prevent postthrombotic syndrome in acute DVT.
But no cases of postthrombotic syndrome have ever been reported following a knee arthroscopy.
Keywords in the literature search, entered in combinations, included the following: postthrombotic syndrome, postphlebitis syndrome, compression stockings, ambulation, adherence, and Villalta scale.
In addition, 30%-50% of persons with lower-extremity DVT develop postthrombotic syndrome (a long-term complication that causes swelling, pain, discoloration, and, in severe cases, ulcers in the affected limb) (2,3).
Keywords: Balneotherapy; Patient Education; Venous Insufficiency; PostThrombotic Syndrome
A combination of obstruction and valve incompetence is responsible for the most severe cases of the postthrombotic syndrome.
Conducted at eight hospital centres in Quebec and Ontario, the two-year study suggests that apart from the well-known risks of pulmonary embolism, DVT patients also face postthrombotic syndrome (PTS), a long-term complication that is not addressed by traditional treatment approaches like blood thinners.
Conventional anticoagulation therapy may not address the risk for recurrent DVTs and postthrombotic syndrome in these women, Dr.
Thrombolysis reduces damage to vascular endothelium, restores venous patency early, and reduces the risk of postthrombotic syndrome.
Tye, who said that conventional anticoagulation therapy may not address the risk for recurrent DVTs and postthrombotic syndrome in these women.