Feb '19
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MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course


  • Q:

    A pulmonary embolism is a medical condition where a blood clot, typically from veins in the legs, may form, become dislodged, and ultimately make its way and get stuck in pulmonary vasculature directly after passing through the heart, which results in pulmonary issues and sometimes death. In which of the following structures would such a clot be expected to be found?

     

    A

    pulmonary vein

    B

    pulmonary artery

    C

    left atrium

    D

    aortic outflow




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