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A patient with no prior history of deep venous thrombosis presents with unilateral swelling of the right lower extremity after a recent prolonged plane flight. The patient is found to have a below-the-knee deep venous thrombosis associated with the calf. There is no contraindication for anticoagulation therapy. What is the appropriate therapy for this patient?

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