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A 58-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital because of increasing exertional dyspnoea over the last months and clinical signs of right heart failure. The patient had no history of cardiovascular or pulmonary disease. Contrast-enhanced thoracic CT confirmed the suspected diagnosis of pulmonary embolism with embolic fragments in the segment arteries of the left inferior lobe. In addition, CT …
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