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Pain in left leg between knee and ankle. No swelling, tenderness

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Pain in left leg between knee and ankle. No swelling, tenderness to touch. Press on affected area skin stays recessed for about minute before returning to normal state.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  DOCDEV replied 6 years ago.



It seems like you have got a deep vein thrombosis in one of the calf veins.

You should get a peripheral doppler ultrasound done immediately, to rule this out. If this is really DVT, then you would need to start on clot busters, or go for a surgical embolectomy.


Please get the appropriate referral from your PCP.


Hope this helps.


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