Submassive acute pulmonary thromboembolism with normal D-dimer. A case report.

Abstract

Pulmonary thromboembolism is a relatively common disease in an Emergency Department. Diagnosis, often difficult, is based on careful evaluation of risk factors, clinical examination, radiological and laboratory investigations. Plasma D-dimer, a degradation product of cross-linked fibrin with low specificity and very high sensibility, is considered extremely… (More)

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@article{Grande2006SubmassiveAP, title={Submassive acute pulmonary thromboembolism with normal D-dimer. A case report.}, author={Aulo Di Grande and Valerio Tomaselli and Laura Massarelli and G Narbone and C M Sabbia and Pasquale Noto and Sandro Campos Amico and Federica Nigro and A Di Mauro}, journal={Minerva cardioangiologica}, year={2006}, volume={54 2}, pages={277-84} }