Thromboembolic Disease In Pregnancy

Symptoms of thrombophlebitis or lack not allow reliable information for diagnosis, severity of the disease or at risk of developing an embolism. Thromboembolic disorders can be associated with no symptoms, with only minor or with pronounced symptoms. Edema, cramps and tenderness in the calves that normally occur during pregnancy that can mimic signs Homans’sche. In the US, thromboembolic diseases – deep vein thrombosis (DVT – Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)) or…

September 3, 2018
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