A teaching and information resource on ventilation/perfusion imaging in Nuclear Medicine, primarily for the differential diagnosis

of Pulmonary Thrombo-Embolism (PTE/PE), especially where the images are complicated by the presence of other diseases

such as pneumonia and chronic obstructive airways disease (COPD/COAD).


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Spiral CT/CTPA

 

 

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Case Study #1


Multiple PE

Case Study #2


Multiple PE

Case Study #3


Multiple PE

Case Study #4


combination of both V/Q SPECT and CTPA unequivocally demonstrated PE

Case Study #5


recent extensive pulmonary emboli

Case Study #6


PE, extension about 40%

Case Study #7


PE extension 25% + pneumonia posterior in left lung. Total loss of function about 50-60%.

Case Study #8


asthma attack

Case Study #9


compatible with PE

Case Study #10


negative for PE, partial mismatch likely caused by scoliosis

Case Study #11


pulmonary embolism and COPD

Case Study #12


sub-segmental PE <10% right lung +sign of pneumonia posterior in the right lung

Case Study #13


COPD and PE

Case Study #14


Planar reconstructed from SPECT single small sub segmental perfusion defect

Case Study #15


pulmonary embolism and signs of COPD

Case Study #16


Pneumonia . Subsegmental PE in the left lung

Case Study #17


PE with the extension of ca 75 % total pulmonary vascular bed. Strong signs of obstructive lung disease.

Case Study #18


Extensive pulmonary embolism, comprising ca 60% of the pulmonary vascular bed. Parenchymal changes in the right lobe congruent with pneumonia seen on Chest X-ray and CT

Case Study #19


pulmonary embolism involving ca 20% of the pulmonary vascular bed

Case Study #20


pulmonary embolism, comprising about 20 % of the total pulmonary vascular bed

Case Study #21


Segmental pulmonary embolism

Case Study #22


Embolism affecting approx 70% of the lung parenchyma

Case Study #23


massive lung embolus male 66 yo

Case Study #24


An 8 month chronicle of diagnosis and therapy for PTE.

Case Study #25


mismatched defect in the right middle lobe which with hindsight and fusing with the CTPA, we were able to identify at least 2 PEs.

Case Study #26


pulmonary embolism, comprising about 15% of the total pulmonary vascular bed

Case Study #27


value of SPECT over planar imaging

Case Study #28


Classic appearance

Case Study #29


Follow-up with complete resolution

Case Study #30


Sequential scans with resolution and novel PE
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