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Table 2 Prevalence of individual Wells score characteristics

From: Prevalence of concurrent deep vein thrombosis in patients with lower limb cellulitis: a prospective cohort study

Active cancer 17 (8.5%)
Paralysis, paresis or recent plaster immobilization 12 (6%)
Recently bedridden >3 days/major surgery within 12 weeks 77 (38.5%)
Localized tenderness along the venous system 76 (38%)
Entire swollen leg 98 (49%)
Calf swelling >3 cm compared to that on asymptomatic side 152 (76%)
Collateral superficial veins 38 (18%)
Previous deep vein thrombosis 34 (17%)
Alternative diagnosis at least as likely as DVT 200 (100%)