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Based on my clinical assessment, this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), and based on the PERC Rule criteria no further workup of PE is indicated. 
Although this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), the diagnosis of PE cannot be ruled out based on PERC Rule criteria. 
Although this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), the diagnosis of PE cannot be ruled out based on PERC Rule criteria. 
Although this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), the diagnosis of PE cannot be ruled out based on PERC Rule criteria. 
Although this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), the diagnosis of PE cannot be ruled out based on PERC Rule criteria. 
Although this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), the diagnosis of PE cannot be ruled out based on PERC Rule criteria. 
Although this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), the diagnosis of PE cannot be ruled out based on PERC Rule criteria. 
Although this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), the diagnosis of PE cannot be ruled out based on PERC Rule criteria. 
Although this patient has a low pre-test probability of PE (<15%), the diagnosis of PE cannot be ruled out based on PERC Rule criteria. 
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Risk stratification tool that rules out PE in situations where the clinical pretest probability is low (<= 15%) and no criteria are present.