Scripps MD Discusses Lower Limb Blood Clots Related to Travel

Union-Tribune article explores the risks of deep vein thrombosis

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For some people traveling long distances during the summer, sitting in a car or in an airplane for long periods of time can be a problem for people with a history of deep vein thrombosis.

Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas vascular surgeon Sunil Rayan, MD, discussed those risks in a recent San Diego Union-Tribune article about the medical condition.

Read the Union-Tribune article: Long Travel Could Increase the Risk of Blood Clots

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