Prandoni and coworkers report that the prevalence of pulmonary embolism in patients presenting with syncope is 17.3%. This is markedly higher than previously published estimates. This discrepancy raises the possibility that pulmonary embolism is associated with more episodes of syncope than previously appreciated. This result highlights the importance of adhering to guidelines for evaluation of possible pulmonary embolism.
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