Signs and symptoms post-VTE
After a lower limb DVT, a number of patients develop signs and/or symptoms of venous insufficiency in the affected leg that may persist for years. What are the signs and/or symptoms? Which patients are at increased risk?
Our observation of patients followed-up for 3 years is summarised in this interactive graphic, according to sex, age, thrombosis location, varicosities, previous DVT or weight. Real-time data from real-life RIETE Registry.
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The RIETE Registry is the world’s largest database on patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE).
RIETE Registry is a Fundación Fuente project