Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Disease
Deep vein thrombosis, also known as DVT, occurs as a result of occlusion in a deep-seated vein. It most commonly occurs in the deep veins of the legs and buttocks. As a result of the blockage in the veins, it becomes difficult for the blood in the leg to return to the heart, which can be shown among the causes of DVT.
The blood that cannot go back to the heart collects in the leg, resulting in swelling in the leg and the significant difference in diameter between the two legs, the pain in the leg manifests itself as side pain. Subsequent discoloration and pain are among the most common DVT symptoms. These symptoms indicate signs of vascular occlusion due to DVT. Its incidence is seen in one of 1000 people on average every year within the framework of international data.