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Limitations of compression ultrasound for the detection of symptomless postoperative deep vein thrombosis

Compression ultrasonography is regarded as the non-invasive gold-standard to detect deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in patients presenting with symptoms. However, its use as a screening method in symptom-free postoperative patients at high risk of developing DVT remains controversial. In 100 consecutive... Full description

Journal Title: The Lancet May 7, 1994, Vol.343(8906), pp.1142-4
Main Author: Jongbloets, Lisette
Other Authors: Lensing, Anthonie , Koopman, Maria , Buller, Harry , Ten Cate, Jan
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ID: ISSN: 01406736 ; E-ISSN: 1474547X ; DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(94)90240-2
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title: Limitations of compression ultrasound for the detection of symptomless postoperative deep vein thrombosis
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  • Jongbloets, Lisette
  • Lensing, Anthonie
  • Koopman, Maria
  • Buller, Harry
  • Ten Cate, Jan
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  • Adult–Methods
  • Aged–Epidemiology
  • Aged, 80 & Over–Prevention & Control
  • Bias (Epidemiology)–Radiography
  • Craniotomy–Ultrasonography
  • Evaluation Studies As Topic–Epidemiology
  • Female–Prevention & Control
  • Humans–Radiography
  • Male–Ultrasonography
  • Mass Screening–Ultrasonography
  • Middle Aged–Ultrasonography
  • Phlebography–Ultrasonography
  • Postoperative Complications–Ultrasonography
  • Postoperative Complications–Ultrasonography
  • Postoperative Complications–Ultrasonography
  • Postoperative Complications–Ultrasonography
  • Prevalence
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description: Compression ultrasonography is regarded as the non-invasive gold-standard to detect deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in patients presenting with symptoms. However, its use as a screening method in symptom-free postoperative patients at high risk of developing DVT remains controversial. In 100 consecutive patients who had undergone craniotomy, we compared the results of bilateral compression ultrasonic measurements of the results of bilateral compression ultrasonic measurements of the entire legs with the outcomes of contrast venography. Proximal DVT was detected in 13 patients, 5 of whom also had an abnormal ultrasonic result (sensitivity 38%, 95% CI 8-69%). Only 5 of the 9 patients with an abnormal ultrasound result for the proximal veins had proximal DVT (positive predictive value, 56%, 18-94%). Calf sonograms were evaluable in 71 of the 91 patients with bilaterally normal ultrasound results for the proximal veins. Of the 16 patients with calf DVT, ultrasound was abnormal in 8 (sensitivity...
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abstractCompression ultrasonography is regarded as the non-invasive gold-standard to detect deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in patients presenting with symptoms. However, its use as a screening method in symptom-free postoperative patients at high risk of developing DVT remains controversial. In 100 consecutive patients who had undergone craniotomy, we compared the results of bilateral compression ultrasonic measurements of the results of bilateral compression ultrasonic measurements of the entire legs with the outcomes of contrast venography. Proximal DVT was detected in 13 patients, 5 of whom also had an abnormal ultrasonic result (sensitivity 38%, 95% CI 8-69%). Only 5 of the 9 patients with an abnormal ultrasound result for the proximal veins had proximal DVT (positive predictive value, 56%, 18-94%). Calf sonograms were evaluable in 71 of the 91 patients with bilaterally normal ultrasound results for the proximal veins. Of the 16 patients with calf DVT, ultrasound was abnormal in 8 (sensitivity...
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