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Cleveland Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao is out for the season after recently developing a blood clot, the team announced Monday. Varejao was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic on Thursday with a small right lower lung pulmonary embolism. He is expected to fully recover, but he is being treated with blood thinners. He will continue the treatment and be examined at the hospital for several days and stay on blood thinning medication for about three months. "Clearly our players' health is our top concern and we are disappointed for Anderson, and his family," Cavaliers general manager Chris Grant said in a statement. "We know what a competitor he is and how much he wants to be on the court helping his teammates. In the meantime, he has our full support and we look forward to welcoming him back as he recovers." Varejao averaged 14.1 points and 14.4 rebounds a game before having knee surgery a couple weeks ago. He was expected to be out six to eight weeks.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers announced today that C Anderson Varejao was hospitalized for a blood clot that developed after his knee surgery-
“Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao recently developed a blood clot (small right lower lung pulmonary embolism) and was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic last Thursday (January 17th). He is being treated with blood thinners (anticoagulants) and...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been dealt a devastating blow with the loss of Anderson Varejao.
The aggressive center was leading the league in rebounds when he injured his leg in competition against the Toronto Raptors on Dec.18.
Varejao underwent surgery on January 10 to repair the torn leg muscle and has now “developed a blood clot (small right lower lung pulmonary embolism...
As predicted, Anderson Varejao's injury, originally diagnosed as a bruised knee, was far worse than the Cleveland Cavaliers thought. He had actually suffered a torn muscle in his quadriceps near the knee. Varejao underwent surgery for the injury, but Varejao suffered a blood clot in his lung after surgery. He remains hospitalized.The Cavaliers have announced that Varejao...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao will miss the rest of the season because of a blood clot in his lung.
The team said Monday that he is expected to fully recover but will need to take blood thinners for about three months. Varejao has been in the hospital since Thursday and will likely remain there for several more days of treatment.
The 6-foot-11 Brazilian was...
The Cleveland Cavaliers announced today that Anderson Varejao developed a blood clot Thursday and will miss the rest of the season. According to the NBA, the Cavs center recently developed a blood clot (small right lower lung pulmonary embolism) and was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic last Thursday (January 17th). He is currently being treated with blood thinners (anticoagulants...
Anderson Varejao's season is lost. The Cavs announced Monday that the center developed a blood clot in his lung and was admitted into the Cleveland Clinic last Thursday.
"He is being treated with blood thinners (anticoagulants) and is expected
to stay at the Clinic for several days, while undergoing treatment and
observation," the team's website reported...
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Anderson Varejao will need to remain on blood thinning medication for approximately three months.
Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao will miss the rest of the
season because of a blood clot in his lung.
Tough break, that is why I always say there is no such thing as minor surgery.
Wish him well.
Incredibly sad/unfair: Cavs announce Anderson Varejao developed blood clot in lung after leg surgery that will cost him remainder of season
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) January 21, 2013
The Cavs injury woes continue.