Limb immobilization due to knee injury
Thank you for the query.
No, elevated MCV or MCH can not be the cause of Deep Veins Thrombosis
. Both describe the size of red blood cell. But large red blood cell does not accelerate blood coagulation.
Your glucose level is only slightly elevated and if it was checked after a meal, it is in referential ranges.
is a risk factor of arterosclerosis, usually does not affect veins.
Limb immobilization due to injury is a very common reason of deep veins thrombosis and seems to be the most possible reason at your case.
Other risk factors are obesity, estrogen
intake, varices, blood coagulation problems, infections, pregnancy
Hope this will help. Feel free to ask further questions.