Embolismo pulmonar
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Vindas Guerrero SE. Embolismo pulmonar. Rev.méd.sinerg. [Internet]. 5 de mayo de 2017 [citado 26 de enero de 2023];2(5):8-14. Disponible en: https://revistamedicasinergia.com/index.php/rms/article/view/77

Resumen

El trombo generalmente se origina de los miembros inferiores en un 90-95% de los casos. Rara vez se origina en las venas de la pelvis, en las renales o extremidades superiores o en las cámaras del corazón derecho. Forma parte junto con la trombosis venosa profunda de la enfermedad tromboembólica venosa. El embolismo pulmonar (EP) es una condición que se asocia a una alta mortalidad y morbilidad. Se estima que más de 100.000 casos de EP ocurren anualmente.

 

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Embolismo. trombolisis. fibrinólisis. trombectomía quirúrgica. tromboembolismo venoso.
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