1. Describe the pathophysiology of pulmonary embolism.
A pulmonary embolism translates into a blood clot in the lungs.
a. What clinical manifestations, if any, suggest a pulmonary embolism in the patient?
b. Identify 5 major risk factors of this patient for pulmonary embolism.
2. Explain how various imaging procedures are used in diagnosis or treatment of PE.
d. Nuclear Medicine
3. Identify the abnormal vital signs and lab/imaging results; and describe how these findings confirm
the diagnosis of PE. (Which single clinical finding provides the strongest evidence of pulmonary embolus in
4. Discuss possible complications related to this pathology that may affect the patient’s condition and
require medical intervention to ensure patient well-being and safety during imaging procedures?
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