6) At that time, radiographic review of the radiographs taken 6 months prior suggested mild pulmonary trunk
enlargement on the lateral view (Fig 1A and B).
To mitigate this problem; pulmonary trunk
, arteries and lobar vessels which were detected at the first step and segmental vessels which were detected at the second step were concatenated with each other using tracking algorithm.
During fetal life, the origin of the LCA from the pulmonary trunk
is well tolerated because the pressure and saturation in pulmonary and systemic circulations are equal.
The pericardial cavity was opened and the heart was removed by cutting superior and inferior venae cavae, the pulmonary veins, the arch of aorta and pulmonary trunk
The back pressure of blood in the aorta against the heart's aortic semilunar valve is higher than that against the pulmonic semilunar valve of the pulmonary trunk
5] indicated that the main pulmonary trunk
is the dissection site in 72% of cases, followed by the intrapulmonary arteries (10%), the trunk and right main artery (6%), the left main artery (6%), the right main artery (4%), and the trunk plus both main arteries (2%).
However, a single pulmonary trunk
arose from the common trunk prior to the arch and branched to the right and left pulmonary arteries.
Thymic tissue was hard in consistency and firmly adherent to the underlying pericardium, superior vena cava, innominate vein, aorta and pulmonary trunk
Acute pulmonary trunk
dissection in a patient with primary pulmonary hypertension.
The left coronary artery arose from the right coronary sinus of Valsalva and coursed between the aorta and pulmonary trunk
in the wall of the aorta.
Specifically, the wrong sinus coronary artery origin, that is, the left main artery arising from the right anterior sinus (ALMCA) and the right coronary artery originating from the left sinus (ARCA), with a proximal course between aorta and pulmonary trunk
, are the most frequent occurrences of CCAA 9-14.
Appearance of right bundle branch block in electrocardiograms of patients with pulmonary embolism as a marker for obstruction of the main pulmonary trunk
Anomalous origin of the left coronary from the pulmonary trunk
Computed tomographic scan showed an enlarged pulmonary trunk
(4 cm in diameter) and right and left main pulmonary arteries (thrombosis was not shown in the lumens).
Fibrinous exudate on the visceral pericardium covered the anterior-superior right ventricular outflow tract and extended to the base of the pulmonary trunk
and the right atrial appendage.