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False aneurysm of the pulmonary artery induced by a Swan-Ganz catheter: Clinical presentation and radiologic management.
2 Coronary artery angiography will additionally demonstrate dilated tortuous vessels and reversal of flow into the pulmonary artery on delayed images.
14), increase in the echogenicity of the papillary muscles and increased flow towards the pulmonary artery are evaluated together, it has been reported that a sensitivity of 100% and a specificty of 91% can be reached for the diagnosis of ALCAPA.
3) The modified Blalock-Taussig shunt is a systemic-to-pulmonary artery shunt that uses a PTFE interposition graft between the innominate artery and the right branch pulmonary artery (with left aortic arch) to palliate until definitive correction can be achieved.
8) Additionally, it may assist in identifying signs suggesting that the pulmonary artery is the source of bleeding, such as the presence of a proximal cavity, visualisation of a pulmonary artery bordering a cavity and a Rasmussen aneurysm.
The literature shows that tumour thromboembolism into the pulmonary artery is rare for RCC and usually occurs during cava manipulation and mobilization,[sup.
In patients with anomalous left coronary artery originating from the pulmonary artery, the time of clinical signs and symptoms varies.
Previously, treatment options were limited to surgical resection including pneumonectomy in the case of proximal pulmonary artery lesions, lobectomy in peripheral cases, or resection with segmental prosthetic graft repair (7).
Lesions in the pulmonary artery and aorta, due to Cu deficiency, have been reported in several species (Bennetts and Hall, 1939; O'Dell, 1961; Shields, 1962; Guentner, 1976).
As well as measuring right heart pressures and measuring mixed venous oxygenation, the pulmonary artery catheter (PAC) was modified with a thermistor to allow measurement of cardiac output.
The sensor and the nitinol loops allowed the placement of this device in the pulmonary artery in a distal location without injury to the artery," said Dr.

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