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How do we know who has had deep vein thrombosis?

An attempt was made to identify all patients diagnosed as having deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in a large teaching hospital during one year. A review of the radiology records showed that 124 (81%) of the 154 venograms performed were for suspected DVT, and that the diagnosis was confirmed in 57 (46%). D... Full description

Journal Title: Postgraduate medical journal 1989-01, Vol.65 (759), p.16-19
Main Author: Sandler, D. A
Other Authors: Mitchell, J. R
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Publisher: England: The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine
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  • Thrombophlebitis - diagnosis
  • Thrombophlebitis - diagnostic imaging
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description: An attempt was made to identify all patients diagnosed as having deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in a large teaching hospital during one year. A review of the radiology records showed that 124 (81%) of the 154 venograms performed were for suspected DVT, and that the diagnosis was confirmed in 57 (46%). During the same period, the Hospital Activity Analysis (HAA) records revealed 174 episodes classified as 'phlebitis or thrombophlebitis' in 162 patients. Only 37 of these episodes (21%) had been confirmed by X-ray venography and at least 29 patients were incorrectly classified by HAA. 'Medical' patients accounted for 54% of the episodes of DVT, yet in only 25% of these was the diagnosis confirmed by venography, while 'surgical' DVTs were less frequent but were more often confirmed by venography.
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