Ultrasound alone may rule out deep vein thrombosis in pregnancy

04/25/2012 | Medscape (free registration)

A study published online in the British Medical Journal showed a single ultrasound test could rule out deep vein thrombosis during and after pregnancy. Researchers followed 210 women who received a complete compression ultrasonography exam. Only two of 177 women who tested negative developed DVT during the follow-up period.

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