Blood clots may form inside the small veins near the surface of your skin, resulting in localized redness, pain and swelling. Superficial phlebitis rarely causes complications and requires minimal treatment. Blood clots that form inside larger, deeper veins may cause more-widespread symptoms in the affected area, usually the leg, and can cause more-serious problems.
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