Congenital pulmonary stenosis

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Bi-basal crepitations and wheezing

Patient Data

Age: 3 years
Gender: Male

Elevation of the cardiac apex and cardiomegaly with peripheral pruning of the pulmonary vasculature. 

Case Discussion

The infant was cyanotic at birth and cardiac ultrasound found pulmonary valve stenosis ASD, VSD, and transposition of the great vessels. A Mustard procedure was performed. The patient re-presents with evidence of pulmonary congestion. 

Congenital pulmonary stenosis (CPS) broadly refers to a congenital narrowing along any segment of the pulmonary arterial system. 

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Case information

rID: 17885
Published: 22nd May 2012
Last edited: 2nd Oct 2019
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