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Elevated D dimer, lymphadanopathy, large varicose vein, no clots. Thyroidectomy done. History of thyroid cancer. Cause of concern?

Hi I had a slightly elevated d dimer of 245 normal range was up to 235 I have had thyroid cancer but had a thyroidectomy , I have been experiencing some lymphadanopathy I also have MS, i had pain in my leg and was told via doppler I have a rather large deep varicose vein but no clot. Should I be concerned with this result?
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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elevated d dimer and enlarged varicose veins are of no concern but your lymphadenopathy requires evaluation based on certain characteristics like size, location, duration of their existence, consistency etc. if you think they are increasing in size, it would be better if you see your doctor and get evaluated. Also important is regular follow up for thyroid malignancy
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