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CT Improves Blood Clot Detection, But Whole-Body Method Likely Too Costly

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Computed tomography scans of the legs can increase detection of thromboembolic disease by 20% when used in conjunction with CT pulmonary angiography, according to a study by Matthew Cham, MD, University of Rochester, N.Y., et al.
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