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Doctors take pictures of blood clots in arm veins using ultrasounds and venographies, and in arteries of the arm using arteriographies, according to MedicineNet. Ultrasounds produce pictures of blood clots through the ma...

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According to the National Blood Clot Alliance, symptoms of a blood clot in the arm include swelling, pain, tenderness, reddish or bluish skin discoloration, and being warm to the touch. If these symptoms are present, imm...

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Blood clots in the arms can be caused by damaged arteries due to high blood pressure, smoking, heart disease and high cholesterol, states Healthline. Blood accumulates into clots or thrombi, which then blocks arteries in...

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People experiencing symptoms of a blood clot in the heart should see a doctor immediately and not exercise because blood clots left untreated can lead to blockages that are lethal, according to the National Heart, Lung a...

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An arterial leg Doppler exam is a test that looks at the large veins and arteries in the legs and arms, according to MedlinePlus. This test typically takes place in the radiology department or peripheral vascular lab.

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After a carotid Doppler test, a doctor may recommend medication to lower blood cholesterol and blood pressure or to prevent blood clots, according to Mayo Clinic. Surgical procedures to remove blood clots or to open and ...

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When blood is too thick, it clots more easily, and the potential exists for blockage of the blood flow through the arteries and veins, according to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. This may trigger a heart a...

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