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Case 82 – Update 3

Thanks for your continued contributions for this tricky case! We’ve got some new investigations results from what you have requested: Peak anti-Xa levels on re-admission: 0.84. INR 2.2. No evidence of malignancy on recent CTPA / CT abdo pelvis. HIT … Continue reading

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Case 82 – update 2

Our patient continues to deteriorate and the following investigations are now back: Hb 103, Plts 75, WCC 3.4, Neuts 1.6. Blood film: red cell fragments with infrequent spherocytes and polychromasia. Bili 152 (predominantly conjugated), ALT 54, Alk phos 340. Urea … Continue reading

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Case 82 – update 1

Thanks for all the contributions! We now know from the history and investigations requested that: This patient has had no obvious provoking factors for both his previous and current PE – including no symptoms/signs suggestive of autoimmune disorder / maligancy. … Continue reading

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Case 82 – the beginning

Welcome to our new case! A 45 year old gentleman is admitted to the medical assessment unit as he has been diagnosed with a large pulmonary embolus (PE) within the right pulmonary artery. He is requiring 2 litres of oxygen … Continue reading

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