embole

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embole

 [em´bo-le]
the reducing of a dislocated limb.

em·bo·le

(em'bō-lē),
1. Reduction of a limb dislocation. Synonym(s): embolia
2. Formation of the gastrula by invagination. Synonym(s): emboly
[G. embolē, insertion]

em·bo·le

(em'bō-lē)
1. Reduction of a limb dislocation.
2. Formation of the gastrula by invagination.
Synonym(s): emboly.
[G. embolē, insertion]

Patient discussion about embole

Q. Does anyone have any experience or suggestions regarding aerobic exercise post DVT and/or PE?

A. drink a lot of water and be aware. if you take your meds i think there shouldn't be a problem, but i strongly recommend asking your physician about it. he knows you and the problem and can give you a much much better answer.

Q. What is the differential diagnosis of chest pain in a 35 year old woman? I am a 35 years old woman. I suffer from chest pain for about 24 hours. I just came back from a trip to Europe, and i feel really bad. I smoke and I take anti contraceptive and i know that I am at a risk for pulmonary embolism or costochondritis. Cat it be something else?

A. The differential diagnosis of chest pain is very wide.
It can start in costochondritis if u carried a lot of luggage or might be pulmonary embolism if you didn't move from the chair all the flight. But it can also be a sign for an acute coronary syndrome (even at the age of 35) or a pericarditis. To be sure you need to consult with your GP.

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Portanto uma abordagem cirurgica para esta condicao fica restrita aos casos sintomaticos de disfuncao valvar grave (insuficiencia ou estenose) ou em casos de embolia cerebral relacionados a patologia em pauta (RIBEIRO, 2012, p.316).
La asociacion entre isquemia cerebral y tromboembolismo pulmonar esta escasamente documentada, de acuerdo con los resultados de un estudio realizado en Ontario, Canada, se encontro que de un total de 11.287 pacientes con accidente cerebro vascular isquemico, 89 de ellos presento embolia pulmonar asociada, con una incidencia del 0,78 % a los 30 dias posteriores a la admision en el hospital con una mortalidad hospitalaria del 31,5 % [5].