(II-2A.2) 68 y/o female with increasing dysponoe: corrected mitral valve disease with right pulmonary artery stenosis Prof. E. Ereminienė, Assoc. Prof. G. Jaruševičius assist. B. Gumauskienė, Res. A. Adukauskaitė, Res. A. Andreikėnaitė

  BRIEF COMMENTS EXPERT: Assoc. Prof. Jacek Kołcz, MD, PhD, pediatric cardiac surgeon Affiliation: Department of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Krakow, Poland COMMENT Thrombogenic complication seems more probable than primary vessel pathology. From a surgical point of view reconstruction of the artery is impossible. Conservative treatment appears to be the best option. EXPERT: Prof. Piotr Podolec MD, PhD, cardiologist Affiliation: Department of Cardiac and Vascular Diseases, John Paul II Hospital, Krakow, Poland COMMENT Specific treatment of pulmonary …

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(IV-1C.3/II-2A.1) 41-year old patient with arterial pulmonary hypertension and unilateral pulmonary artery absence Blaszczak Piotr MD PhD, Grzywna Ryszard MD PhD, Gorczyca Daria MD, Siudak Łukasz MD

  EXPERTISE 1 “Development of the European Network in Orphan Cardiovascular Diseases” “Rozszerzenie Europejskiej Sieci Współpracy ds. Sierocych Chorób Kardiologicznych”

Posted in 1. Abnormalities of the position and connection of the heart and vessels, 1. Atresia of the pulmonary artery, 2. Inborn anomalies of the pulmonary vessels, 3. Great arteries, A. Anomalous morphology, C. Veins and arteries, Case presentations, II. Rare diseases of pulmonary circulation, IV. Rare congenital cardiovascular diseases | Leave a comment