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The authors1 state that current evidence supports the use of a negative D-dimer to rule out a suspicion of pulmonary embolism (PE) in pregnancy. They show in table 2 five relevant studies to support their conclusion. However, the study of Damodaram2 was the only study that included patients with …
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