Skip to main content

Table 1 The final diagnoses of patients admitted to hospital with suspected deep vein thrombosis

From: Systemic levels of the endothelium-derived soluble adhesion molecules endocan and E-selectin in patients with suspected deep vein thrombosis

Diagnosis Number of patients (n = 120) Temperature (°C) BP (systolic) Heart rate WBC (×109/L) HB (g/dL) TPK (×109/L) Wells score
Deep vein thrombosis 28 36.9 (36.2-38.8) 146 (95–192) 81 (54–114) 7.8 (3.8-18.3) 14.1 (9.8-17.8) 220 (115–401) 3 (1–6)
Involving the iliac vein 10
Involving femoral vein 13
Only involving the leg and popliteal vein 5
Superficial thrombophlebitis 6 37 (36.5-37.5) 146 (129–204) 74 (63–97) 9.3 (6.8-13.8) 14.5 (12.7-15) 257 (76–312) 1.5 (1–3)
Sterile inflammation including trauma/muscular bleeding, ruptured Baker’s cyst, arthritis, malignant diseases without thrombosis 33 36.9 (35.9-38.1) 150 (91–202) 81 (50–110) 8.1 (4.7-13.3) 13.9 (10.1-16.3) 292 (209–507) 1 (−2 - 4)
Infections 12 37.2 (36–38.5) 137 (100–169) 86 (100–169) 8.7 (5.8-14.1) 13.4 (9.7-15) 301 (200–409) 1 (−1 - 2)
Venous stasis 8 36.6 (36–37.5) 143 (99–183) 73 (53–104) 6.9 (4.2-12.4) 14 (10–15.9) 280 (104–528) 1.5 (0–3)
Other conditions without inflammation including musculoskeletal pain and neurological disorders 33 36.9 (36–38) 139 (104–175) 73 (46–96) 7.2 (2.1-13.5) 14 (8.6-16.6) 267 (179–398) 1 (−2 - 3)
  1. Clinical data for each diagnosis are presented as median and range.