Recurrent thromboembolism

A hypercoagulable state should be suspected in all patients with recurrent thromboembolic disease, family history of thrombosis, thrombosis at a 26 young age or at an unusual site (in addition to recurrent thromboembolism) associated with inherited thrombophilia. Further important aspects of the history are precipitating factors at the time of thrombosis and lifestyle considerations e.g. smoking, exercise and obesity. Clinical examination may reveal signs suggestive of an associated underlying condition.

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