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|Updated May 5, 2006|
DVT is usually mistaken for a cramp, even when the victim is a physician. Those who seek treatment are usually misdiagnosed at first, increasing the risk of permanent vein damage and increasing the risk of death.
Here are two simple ways to avoid misdiagnosis.
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