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What is the difference between DVT and Thrombophlebitis?

Asked by T. Lopez, Last updated: Oct 14, 2020

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S. Hughes

S. Hughes

S. Hughes
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Answered Aug 19, 2019

Thrombohpheblitis is known to be a condition wherein there are different blood clots that form in the veins abnormally. A lot of people usually find these blood clots in the legs usually caused by different factors such as standing up for a long time. The blood clots are normally close to the skin so they can easily be seen.

Thrombohpheblitis is known to be a condition wherein there are different blood clots that form in
DVT or Deep Vein Thrombosis is considered to be more dangerous because this affects the deeper veins of the body. There are some signs that people would need to watch out for so that they will know if they have DVT or not. There is usually some pain, swelling, and warmth that will be felt in the affected area.

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