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Triple Matched Defect - very low probability of a pulmonary embolus

Schroeder JWS - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: Civilian Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Triple Matched Defect - very low probability of a pulmonary embolus

History: 50 year old man with shortness of breath during outpatient clinic visit.

Findings: Air space disease is present in the left upper lobe and the superior segment of the left lower lobe. These are matched to the large ventilation and perfusion defects on the V/Q study.

Ddx: None

Dxhow: Image findings

No MeSH data available.


This ventilation-perfusion study reveals a large matched defect in the left upper and middle lung zones.  Study performed with aersolized Tc 99m labeled DTPA and intravenous Tc 99m labeled MAA.
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MPX2125_synpic39318: This ventilation-perfusion study reveals a large matched defect in the left upper and middle lung zones. Study performed with aersolized Tc 99m labeled DTPA and intravenous Tc 99m labeled MAA.


Triple Matched Defect - very low probability of a pulmonary embolus

Schroeder JWS - MedPix (2007)

This ventilation-perfusion study reveals a large matched defect in the left upper and middle lung zones.  Study performed with aersolized Tc 99m labeled DTPA and intravenous Tc 99m labeled MAA.
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MPX2125_synpic39318: This ventilation-perfusion study reveals a large matched defect in the left upper and middle lung zones. Study performed with aersolized Tc 99m labeled DTPA and intravenous Tc 99m labeled MAA.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Civilian Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Triple Matched Defect - very low probability of a pulmonary embolus

History: 50 year old man with shortness of breath during outpatient clinic visit.

Findings: Air space disease is present in the left upper lobe and the superior segment of the left lower lobe. These are matched to the large ventilation and perfusion defects on the V/Q study.

Ddx: None

Dxhow: Image findings

No MeSH data available.