Stenosis of the Right Main Pulmonary Artery
Clinical, Angiocardiographic, and Catheterization Findings in Ten Patients
Ten cases of isolated stenosis of the right main pulmonary artery are presented, 7 with associated anomalies. Although right heart catheterization and angiocardiography are usually necessary to demonstrate this malformation, a knowledge of the existence of this anomaly correlated with auscultatory and roentgenologic findings may often lead to a correct clinical diagnosis.
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