Items tagged “pulmonary embolism”

29 results found
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Pulmonary embolism with lung infarction

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Jens Christian Fischer
Published 17 Jan 2011
80% complete
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Hampton hump

Hampton hump refers to a dome-shaped, pleural-based opacification in the lung most commonly due to pulmonary embolism and lung infarction (it can also result from other causes of pulmonary infarction (e.g. vascular occlusion due to angioinvasive aspergillosis). Although uncommon, it can be seen...
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Pulmonary emboli

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Stefan Ludwig
Published 28 May 2011
62% complete
CT
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Pulmonary embolism

 Diagnosis certain
Hugo Neves (RT)
Published 20 Apr 2012
77% complete
CT
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Hampton humps: on MRI

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 30 Jul 2012
77% complete
MRI
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Pulmonary embolism with right atrial thrombus

 Diagnosis certain
Royal Melbourne Hospital Respiratory
Published 18 Feb 2013
86% complete
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Pulmonary embolism

 Diagnosis certain
Dr David Cuete
Published 15 Dec 2013
86% complete
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Pulmonary embolism

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Goran Mitrovic
Published 09 Jun 2015
95% complete
CT
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Knuckle sign (pulmonary embolism)

The knuckle sign refers to the abrupt tapering or cutoff of a pulmonary artery secondary to a pulmonary embolus (PE). It is better visualized on CT pulmonary angiography (CTPA) than chest x-ray. This is an important ancillary finding in pulmonary embolism, and often associated with the Fleischne...
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Geneva score

The Geneva score is a clinical decision rule used to estimate the pre-test probability of pulmonary embolism (PE) in patients in which this diagnosis was considered. The criteria were originally published by the clinical team of the Geneva University Hospital in 2001 1, and revised and simplifie...
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Saddle pulmonary embolism

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mostafa El-Feky
Published 11 May 2017
92% complete
CT
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Wells criteria for pulmonary embolism

The Wells criteria for pulmonary embolism is a risk stratification score and clinical decision rule to estimate the probability for acute pulmonary embolism (PE) in patients in which history and examination suggests acute PE is a diagnostic possibility. It provides a pre-test probability which, ...
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Massive pulmonary embolism

A massive pulmonary embolism (PE) represents the most severe manifestation of venous thromboembolic disease when classified on a continuum of hemodynamic derangement. Diagnostic criteria Massive PE is usually characterized by an acute pulmonary embolism accompanied by one or more of the follo...
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McConnell's sign (echocardiography)

The McConnell's sign describes a regional pattern of acute right ventricular dysfunction on transthoracic echocardiography first observed in a cohort of patients with acute pulmonary thromboembolism. In contrast to the global wall motion abnormalities observed in chronic right ventricular dysfun...
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60/60 sign (echocardiography)

The 60/60 sign in echocardiography refers to the coexistence of a truncated right ventricular outflow tract acceleration time (AT <60 ms) with a pulmonary arterial systolic pressure (PASP) of less than 60 mmHg (but more than 30 mmHg). In the presence of right ventricular failure, it is consisten...
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Chronic pulmonary embolism

 Diagnosis certain
Dr. Silvia González-Gómez
Published 16 Feb 2020
95% complete
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Pulmonary emboli in an infant

 Diagnosis certain
Dr James Harvey
Published 23 Jul 2020
95% complete
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Incidental pulmonary embolism

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Antonio Rodrigues de Aguiar Neto
Published 04 Aug 2020
100% complete
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Acute pulmonary embolism

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Antonio Rodrigues de Aguiar Neto
Published 31 Aug 2020
100% complete
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Pulmonary embolism

 Diagnosis certain
Dr David Carroll
Published 31 Oct 2020
98% complete
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