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Diagnosis of Thrombosis of the Axillary and Subclavian Veins

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Description:

Thrombosis in an axillary or subclavian vein may be obvious in a patient with known risk factors or be asymptomatic and unsuspected. A high index of clinical suspicion may be required to make the diagnosis.

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