20 Jul Progressive Worsening of Calf Swelling
A 33 year old female with history of non-Hodgkins lymphoma currently in remission presented with progressive left calf swelling for the past 2 years.
Symptoms: Constant dull ache and tightness in left leg that becomes worse with prolonged standing. She has no issues with ambulation, fever, chills, shortness of breath, back pain or weight loss.
- Both lower limbs warm and well perfused
- Distal palpable pulses
- No skin changes or ulcerations
- No cellulitis
- Motor and sensory intact
- No prominent varicosities
- Non-pitting edema left leg
What imaging studies should be obtained?