A blood clot in the leg is known as deep vein thrombosis, and a combination of compression stockings and medications successfully treats the clot in many patients, according to WebMD. Elevating the leg and taking five or... More »

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Blood clots in legs are caused by a number of factors, but the most common cause is not being active enough, according to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Other causes of blood clots in legs include bad veins,... More »

Symptoms of deep vein thrombosis, in which blood clots usually form in the deep blood vessels of the legs and groin, include a warm leg, red or blue skin, painful or tender leg, or a swollen leg, states the Indiana Hemop... More »

A blood clot in the leg can be treated using blood thinners, clotbusters, filters and compression stockings, as stated by Mayo Clinic. Medications are intended to reduce the ability of the blood to clot. Blood clotting i... More »

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A blood clot in the leg, known as deep vein thrombosis or DVT, makes the leg tender, painful and swollen. It can be hard to walk around on the leg if the blood clot has damaged the vessel's valves, according to WebMD. Th... More »

A blood clot in the leg, or deep vein thrombosis, is a serious condition that can become life-threatening if the blood clot breaks free, travels through the bloodstream and lodges itself in the lungs, explains Mayo Clini... More »

According to MedlinePlus, a blood clot in the leg, also known as a deep vein thrombosis, is treated with anticoagulants, blood thinners, pressure stockings or surgery. Wikipedia also lists exercise, aspirin and intermitt... More »