Anurag Khanna

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BACKGROUND Pulmonary thrombo-embolism (PTE) is relatively common in high altitude areas where radiological diagnostic facilities are usually not available. So this study was undertaken to use the results of D-dimer assay to determine the need for imaging studies in patients suspected of having PTE at high altitude. METHODS A total of 101 patients at an(More)
Staying at high altitude has been reported to be associated with thrombosis in lowlanders. We report 3 cases of retinal vein occlusion in high altitude. Two were males 31 and 37 years of age, who developed nonischemic central retinal vein occlusion while staying at high altitude. The former developed central retinal vein occlusion after 90 days at 6309 m,(More)
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