Once again for a patient who is about to come to the first encounter with a subspecialist, it's very important to know, or be aware of the risk factor for this problem to cure. One of them is your medical and family history, especially on vein clots. If you have somebody in your family who unexpectedly died and you don't really know a reason that will be related to a clot that happened in this grandfather of yours or grandmother of yours that went through the lungs, cause that's a very often problem. And even that, knowing what your relatives die from is important for your own history, for your own care, in the care of your descendants. So I would say to be accurate in your family history, your personal history is tremendous for us because we can know exactly where to get our conversation. That's pretty much it. Other than that, whatever tests the patient has had before coming, cause they often undergo ultrasound testing in all the institutions, it would be nice to have a copy of those. And I just have ever reported what the patient thinks happen, but actually a formal report.
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