Published: 26 December 2023
Author(s): Inge H.Y. Luu, Guy J.M. Mostard, Dominique van Mil, Marlon H.W. van Berlo, Marc B.I. Lobbes, Kemal Külcü, Hugo ten Cate, Jos Peeters, Jan Palmen, Jacqueline Buijs, Kon-Siong G. Jie, Roel J.W. van Kampen, Daan J.L. van Twist
Issue: May 2024
Section: Original Article

Timely diagnosis and treatment of deep venous thrombosis (DVT) are crucial to prevent potential life-threatening complications, such as pulmonary embolism (PE). As DVT cannot be reliably excluded based solely on clinical judgement, urgent radiological investigation is often necessary for accurate diagnosis [1,2]. Venous ultrasound (VU) currently stands as the non-invasive imaging standard for diagnosing DVT [3].


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