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Deep vein problems

A deep vein thrombosis (thrawm-BOH-sihs), or DVT (D-V-T), is a blood clot that most often occurs in the deep veins of the calf or leg. The major factors that contribute to clot formation are sluggish blood flow, inflammation of the vein wall, and an increased tendency for blood to coagulate, or thicken.
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