Blood clot - suspected in the arm, leg or pelvis (Deep vein thrombosis)

There is a suspected blood clot in the arm, leg, or pelvis. An ultrasound scan can establish if there is a blood clot.

About your visit

We have examined you and we have ascertained that you may have a blood clot in the deep veins in your arm, leg or pelvis. Deep veins are the blood vessels that return blood to the heart from the smaller blood vessels in the body. We have treated you with a blood-thinner to make sure that a possible blood clot dissolves.

You will have to have an ultrasound scan to establish whether or not you have a blood clot.

You have an appointment at Afdeling for Røntgen og Skanning (Department of X-rays and scans), Borgmester Ib Juuls vej 17, entrance 4, 4th floor, E2: on ___day ___ / ___ at ______ 
You do not have to prepare for the appointment.

Once the scan is over, go to Medicinske Sygdomme, klinik 1 (Medical diseases, department 1), Borgmester Ib Juuls vej 25A, 3rd floor, for the results of your scan.

When you get home

Take pain-relieving medicine if you are in pain

You should take pain-relieving medicine if you are in pain. Pain-relieving medicine can be bought over the counter. Take only the amount of pain reliever recommended on the package. Contact your general practitioner if you need help managing the pain.  

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