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CTPAComité Technique Paritaire Académique (French: Joint Academic Technical Committee)
CTPACosmetic Toiletry Perfumery Association
CTPACentre for Tax Policy and Administration (OECD department)
CTPAConsequential and Transitional Provisions Act (Australia)
CTPACoax-to-Twisted-Pair Adapter
CTPAColumbia Theatre for the Performing Arts (Washington)
CTPAComputed Tomography Pulmonary Angiogram
CTPAChauray Travaux Publics et Agricoles (French construction company)
CTPACentre Technique des Productions Animales et Agro-Alimentaires (French: Technical Center of Animal Production and Agri-Food)
CTPACertified Treasury Professional Associate (accreditation)
CTPACalifornia Travel and Park Association
CTPAConnecticut Tree Protective Association, Inc.
CTPACertified Transit Program Administrator
CTPAChicago Tour Professionals Association
CTPAClearwater Timber Protection Alliance
CTPACape Teacher's Professional Association
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The use of a diagnostic algorithm that includes the Wells' criteria and a D-dimer concentration can exclude PE without CTPA in 20% to 30% of patients.
Several techniques are currently available for decreasing the contrast dose for CTPA. Scanning at a lower tube potential (i.e.
According to the company, the development of the CTEPH Pattern Recognition AI Software will use deep learning methodology to support radiologists by identifying signs of CTEPH in CTPA scans.
However, CTPA is the modality of choice for detecting pulmonary cement embolisms; occupation of the pulmonary arteries by extremely dense material compatible with cement makes the diagnosis.
Marc Righini, M.D., from Geneva University Hospitals, and colleagues conducted a prospective diagnostic management outcome study involving pretest clinical probability assessment, high-sensitivity D-dimer testing, bilateral lower-limb CUS, and CTPA. A total of 441 pregnant women with clinically suspected PE from 11 centers in France and Switzerland were assessed for eligibility, and 395 were included in the study.
The following data were recorded: demographic properties (sex, age), comorbidities, venous thrombosis risk factors, vital symptoms, vital signs, ECG parameters, echocardiography, CTPA, biomarkers (cardiac troponin I), received reperfusion therapy, and hospital mortality.
Computed tomography pulmonary angiography (CTPA) is an excellent tool for diagnosing or excluding PE, therefore it is the first diagnostic imaging technique in patients suspected of acute PE1.
Interobserver agreement between radiologists and radiology residents and emergency physicians in the detection of PE using CTPA. Clin Imaging.
He has also been board member of CTPA (the Cosmetic, Toiletries & Perfumery Association), the beauty reinvention project leader for Marks & Spencer, and managing director of Procter & Gamble Prestige.
Computed tomographic pulmonary angiography (CTPA) is the most commonly used imaging modality for the identification of pulmonary embolism (PE) [1, 2].