Here is a slightly different twist on Virchow’s triad, and one that I had not seen before until yesterday: a spontaneous upper extremity DVT (Paget Schroetter Disease) in an otherwise healthy person with no risk factors. It’s uncommon, but not a complete zebra. The pathophysiology and subsequent management also differs from your traditional DVT, so I thought it was worthwhile to highlight some of the features that make it unique.
The EMBER: as always, a collection of interesting information about this topic from around the web.
Paget–Schroetter disease – Wikipedia