pulmonary congestion

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congestion in the lungs

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The stenosed mitral valve hinders blood flow from the left atrium to the left ventricle and the ASD shunts 'trapped' blood from the left atrium into the right atrium, thereby preventing pulmonary congestion however at the cost of diminished left ventricular outflow.
The coroner claimed that there are "a couple of different things that could cause pulmonary congestion.
2% of the cases), Alexandre de Matos et al in 2008 (Intra alveolar edema, pulmonary congestion and diffuse alveolar damage in 77.
This was based on the unpredictability of labor with associated tachycardia which, coupled with her underlying diastolic dysfunction, could precipitate pulmonary congestion.
Pulmonary congestion without focal infiltrates was evident on a chest radiograph; an electrocardiogram indicated normal voltage, and saddle-shaped S-T elevations in 6 leads did not indicate ischemic distribution.
Histopathology revealed severe pulmonary congestion and edema, and interstitial mononuclear cell inflammation associated with many cysts that contained bradyzoites of Toxoplasma gondii scattered throughout.
Chest X-ray revealed cardiomegaly, bilateral pulmonary congestion, and a left pleural effusion.
HF is characterized by progressive fatigue, shortness of breath, cough and pulmonary congestion, which are related to the inadequate perfusion of vital organs during exertion and often to the retention of fluid.
When the left ventricle experiences systolic dysfunction, blood backs up into the pulmonary circulation, elevates pulmonary vascular pressures, and produces pulmonary congestion.
The Unify CRT-D and Fortify ICD also incorporate the new CorVue(TM) pulmonary congestion monitoring algorithm.
Chest x-ray showed cardiomegaly with bilateral pulmonary congestion (Fig.
Mr Cotter said Mr Wood had died from a ligature around the neck and pulmonary congestion.
With infra-cardiac TAPVD, the common pulmonary venous channel is almost invariably obstructed at the diaphragmatic hiatus, as in this case (Figs 1 and 2); this leads to severe pulmonary congestion.
His mother, Judy Haim, who was with her son when he fell suddenly ill, told celebrity news show Access Hollywood that the coroner told her Haim had an enlarged heart and his lungs were filled with water, leading to pulmonary congestion.
Complications were not restricted to pulmonary congestion and oedema, but to a range of problems including severe sepsis, pneumonia, ileus, arrhythmias, delirium, abdominal sepsis and anastomotic leaks.