Managing venous thromboembolic events in daily practise: â€˜â€˜time is never enoughâ€™â€™
AbstractPulmonary embolism is an insidious life-threatening condition. Its diagnosis represents a challenging topic in daily clinical practice since the recognition and the appropriate management of the condition can lead to the decrease of potentially fatal consequences. We present a clinical case which highlights the necessity for an increased level of â€˜surveillanceâ€™ from the involved physicians since features of thromboembolic events may be elusive or vague.
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