Saddle pulmonary embolism
Chest pain, dyspnea and DVT
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Large intra-luminal filling defect (saddle thrombus) straddles the pulmonary artery bifurcation extending into the main pulmonary arties partially occluding their lumens.
Multiple intraluminal hypodense filling defects are also seen along the anterior and posterior segmental and subsegmental branches of the upper and lower pulmonary lobar arteries partially occluding their lumens.
Typical appearances of saddle pulmonary embolus.