Recurrence risk after venous thromboembolism - PulmCCM
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Jun 162011
 

Boutitie et al analyzed pooled anticoagulation clinic data from 2,925 people with a first deep venous thrombosis or pulmonary embolism in the UK. They found that the recurrence risk after stopping anticoagulation at 3 months was equivalent to stopping at 6 months. Proximal DVTs were more likely to recur than distal DVTs. BMJ 2011;342:d3036. FREE FULL TEXT

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