Pleuritic chest pain and raised D-Dimer
Loading Stack -
0 images remaining
There is no pulmonary embolus identified. The pericardium is thickened with subtle stranding of the pericardial fat. Given the clinical setting, the appearance is most in keeping with pericarditis.
A case of pericarditis diagnosed on CTPA in a patient clinically suspected to have pulmonary embolism.