Diagnosis of Lower-Extremity DVT (Guideline) - PulmCCM
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May 212012
 

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  3 Responses to “Diagnosis of Lower-Extremity DVT (Guideline)”

  1. A sound logical approach to acommon difficult clinical prob[em.it may prove difficult to convince a patient tto go for one modality of invesigation rather than the other especially when they are a bit on the informed side .

  2. [...] the consequences can be grave, guidelines published by The College of Chest Physicians stress that the chances of developing DVT/PE following long-distance air travel is still very [...]

  3. It would be useful to have this recommendations in a Graphic format

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