Harvard Heart Letter

Deep-vein blood clots: Know the signs

Many Americans don't know the symptoms of a blood clot in a leg or arm (known as deep-vein thrombosis), which include pain, swelling, and redness. A blood clot in the lungs (called a pulmonary embolism) is twice as likely to be fatal as a heart attack.

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