Pain behind Knee Blood Clot?


Pain behind the knee can be caused by many things. Behind knee pain may be a symptom of deep vein thrombosis or blood clot in the leg. It is always advisable to seek medical advice since the blood clot can break loose and cause a pulmonary embolism in the lung, a heart attack or even stroke.
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