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The definite diagnosis for deep vein thrombosis or DVT is the answer to visualize the presence of the clots in the veins. The investigations include ultrasonography, contrast venography, magnetic resonance imaging, and computed tomography. Of the investigations, contrast venography is the gold standard for deep vein thrombosis or DVT.How to diagnose a DVT?
The most common tests used to diagnose DVT are: Ultrasound. This is the most common test for diagnosing deep vein blood clots. A D-dimer test. This test measures a substance in the blood that’s released when a blood clot dissolves. Venography. This test is used if ultrasound doesn’t provide a clear diagnosis.