The mainstay of medical treatment for deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is anticoagulant therapy. Most patients (approximately 90%) treated with anticoagulant therapy show no immediate demonstrable physical sequelae of DVT. This form of treatment is noninvasive and is associated with a low risk for complications, and its outcomes data demonstrate an improvement in morbidity and mortality.
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Cite this: Sandeep K. Goyal. Fast Five Quiz: Anticoagulation Therapy in Deep Venous Thrombosis - Medscape - Mar 09, 2022.