A first-of-kind investigation aims to characterize the needs of patients experiencing psychological distress following PE and the impact of PE disease factors and treatment on psychological outcomes.
Dyspnea and related symptoms suggesting pulmonary embolism should also raise suspicion for possible chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension. In this video, a multidisciplinary panel walks through considerations in differentiating the conditions and finding the best treatment strategy.
This case outlines a comprehensive workup for a complicated case of chest pain and shortness of breath following a recent pulmonary embolism. What is the correct diagnosis for a 76-year-old man?