Cough on background of known lymphoma
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Elongated hyperdensities could be seen within the right and left pulmonary arteries extending into the segmental arterial branches, these are highly suspicious for pulmonary embolism .
With the addition of contrast, a saddle pulmonary embolism was confirmed.
An 85 year old male patient with a known history of lymphoma presented to clinic with cough.
Non-contrasted images were obtained to exclude infectious process, and suspicious pulmonary hyperdensities were seen in the vasculature.
Further contrasted images were obtained and confirmed saddle pulmonary embolism.