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Ankle sprains increase risk for DVT

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jan 15, 2008.

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    The BBC are reporting:
    Sprained ankles 'pose DVT risk'
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  2. tia_s1

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    I have a pateint, 39 yo. 88 kg. wt. around 165 cm. height, Female on soft removable cast left foot for non-displaced fracture the fifth MTB base for 4 weeks .
    Her risk factors of DVT 1.on oral contraceptive for years 2. Heavyweight
    But active dailly live , normal serum level of protein C, protein S, antithrombin lll
    What's wrong or DVT relation ?
    She develops painful swallen dark skin the leg and foot .
    Duplex ultrasound confirms venous thrombosis of seperior great saphenous vein and distally but preserve more proximal party .
    This situation may be explains the same as yours.

    Thanks
    Taweesak Srikummoon
    Bangkok , Thailand
     
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