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Deep vein thrombosis X-rays

Deep vein thrombosis X-rays

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ST BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY ST BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Deep vein thrombosis. Coloured angiograms (X-rays) of two views of a leg showing deep vein thrombosis. The thrombus (abnormal clot, red) is blocking the flow of blood (white) in the vein, causing blood to pool beneath it (lower left & right). Bone is yellow/brown. Deep vein thrombosis is most common in the legs, occurring when a thrombus forms in undamaged deep-lying veins. The restricted blood may cause pain, swelling and tissue death. The angiograms were produced by injecting a radio-opaque dye into the blood system.

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