Ct pulmonary angiogram

What is Ct pulmonary angiogram?

CT pulmonary angiogram (CTPA) is a medical diagnostic test that employs computed tomography to obtain an image of the pulmonary arteries. The patient receives an intravenous injection of an iodine-containing contrast agent at a high-rate using an injector pump.

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I was just in hospital for sob and muscle aches.
Hg is 6.8, lymphocytes is 23.4, ck was 247, ck-my was 7.62, mpv was 12.8, d-dimmer was .45....

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Need some more investigations

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My son is 20 , recently 1/52 ago (sat 12th april Discharged friday 18th April.)had MBA in Bush , Speed 70-80km hr hit large metal pipe across bush...

doctor1 MD

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Possible pulmonary emolism

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Hi,

I am concerned about your son and personally I feet he should return to a medical...

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I RECENTLY GOT A RESPONSE FROM DR XXXXXXX BHAVSAR FOR THIS SAME QUESTION. HE SUGGESTED I GET A CT PULMONARY ANGIOGRAM I GOT THIS DONE AND ITS...

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Have you ever undergone ABG analysis?

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Thanks for your follow up question on HCM.
So, your PFT (Pulmonary Function...

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