Pulmonic stenosis

What is Pulmonic stenosis?

Pulmonic stenosis is a pulmonary stenosis which is narrowing of pulmonary valve between right ventricle and pulmonary artery. It is a obstruction in blood flow from Right ventricle to pulmonary artery.

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baby is four months old has heart defects pulmonary stenosis, asd and vsd and has the cold, just a slight cough is due to have surgery for the...

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Hi...Thank you for consulting in Health Care magic.
Cough and cold are viral 95% of the times in children. For cold you can use anti-allergics like...

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My 7 yr old has some cafe au lait spots (about 8) and has had pitirosis last year. Dr. referred us to Dermatologist to rule out neurofribomitosis,...

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Thanks for asking.

I do not think it is any more common in the patients with the congenital heart diseases than the general population.

Most of...

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I have an abnormal echocardiogram and would like to know what the summary means. The abnormalities are: mild concentric lvh, left atrium borderline...

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I am a qualified and certified cardiologist. I read your mail with diligence.
Let us read and interpret your...

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