pulmonary heart

pul·mo·nar·y heart

the right atrium and ventricle, receiving the venous blood and propelling it to the lungs.
See also: cor pulmonale.
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7, emphysema, pulmonary heart disease, pneumonia, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, and pleural effusion on chest X-ray.
If not treated timely, it may develop to pulmonary heart disease, which can severely affect the quality of life of patients.
Wang and colleagues "also hope to extend our experimental models to other disorders such as severe craniocerebral injury, bronchial asthma, chronic pulmonary heart disease, arrhythmia, and myocardial necrosis, etc.
The objective of the given study was to identify the specifics of systolic dysfunction and the formation of pulmonary heart in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients who reside in the central zone of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), where the average winter temperature is -50[degrees]C (Figure 1).
which may lead to cor-pulmonale also known as pulmonary heart disease.
1%) has contributed for a very small percentage while in pulmonary heart disease it was 3.
Mr Pring had severe heart problems as well as both coronary and pulmonary heart disease, he said.
Muslim doctors of the age recorded pulmonary heart circulation, performed operations and founded public hospitals.
Its doctors discovered the pulmonary heart circulation, undertook operations with surgical instruments very similar to modern instruments and established efficient public hospitals, the statement said.
A non-invasive method of replacing pulmonary heart valves developed at GOSH is now being rolled out to other centres.
SUTTON James Kenneth Smith died Wednesday night, August 18th, 2010 at the age of 52, after suffering a long battle with pulmonary heart failure.
His topics include the functioning normal heart, the electrocardiogram, pulmonary heart disease, and cardiac surgery.

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