Pulmonary Embolism

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imageD-dimer is elevated in 90% of patients with Pulmonary embolism and Deep venous thrombosis.
imageIn chest radiography, the Westermark sign represents a focus of oligemia seen distal to a pulmonary embolus.
imageHampton's hump seen in pulmonary embolism, is a radiologic sign which consists of a shallow wedge-shaped opacity in the periphery of the lung with it's base against the pleural surface.

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