Serum troponin estimation is widely used in the diagnosis and management of coronary syndromes, but it is possible to be misled by a positive result unless it is put carefully into clinical context. The serum troponin can be positive in pulmonary embolus and carries prognostic significance. A case report is presented and a review of the relevant literature.
- pulmonary embolus
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