Prevalence of increased ratio between the right and left ventricles amongpatients undergoing CT pulmonary angiography with and without evidence ofpulmonary embolism

A. Man (tel aviv, Israel), Y. Hadad (tel aviv, Israel), M. Iluze (tel aviv, Israel), S. Berliner (tel aviv, Israel), T. Ziv-Baran (tel aviv, Israel), Z. Rozenbaum (tel aviv, Israel), G. Aviram (tel aviv, Israel)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Imaging of various diseases with different imaging modalities
Session: Imaging of various diseases with different imaging modalities
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 855
Disease area: Pulmonary vascular diseases, Respiratory critical care

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A. Man (tel aviv, Israel), Y. Hadad (tel aviv, Israel), M. Iluze (tel aviv, Israel), S. Berliner (tel aviv, Israel), T. Ziv-Baran (tel aviv, Israel), Z. Rozenbaum (tel aviv, Israel), G. Aviram (tel aviv, Israel). Prevalence of increased ratio between the right and left ventricles amongpatients undergoing CT pulmonary angiography with and without evidence ofpulmonary embolism. 855

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