One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Furthermore, no venographically confirmed DVT was found in patients with a normal D-dimer concentration.’
- ‘Clinical signs and symptoms were found to be unreliable in 41.4% of the cases that had venographically proven thrombi.’
- ‘All patients were followed-up clinically and venographically for a one year period.’
- ‘Similarly, Moser and associates 56 described 44 patients with venographically proven DVT, in whom 52% had high probability of PE as noted on lung scans.’
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