pulmonic stenosis


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pulmonic stenosis

pulmonic

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pulmonic stenosis
a common anomaly in dogs; rare in other species. Inherited in beagles, probably in Chihuahuas, English bulldog and terrier breeds. Includes supravalvular, valvular and subvalvular (infundibular) stenosis.
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The etiology of pulmonic stenosis (PS) is usually congenital and rarely acquired.
Although the severity of pulmonic stenosis is closely related to R wave amplitude in lead V1, tall P waves and monophasic R wave were not observed on the electrocardiogram (Fig.
Electrocardiograms with this extreme degree of right ventricular enlargement are rare in adults but may be seen in severe pulmonic stenosis with an intact ventricular septum, tetralogy of Fallot, the Eisenmenger reaction, primary pulmonary hypertension, and simple transposition of the great arteries with surgical redirection of the pulmonary and systemic venous blood at the atrial level via a baffle, i.
Pulmonic stenosis is a rare cause of right heart failure and most of the cases are congenital (1).
These include patent foramen ovale or atrial septal defect in 50% of patients and a lower prevalence of ventricular septal defect, pulmonic stenosis, coarctation of the aorta, mitral valvular prolapse, and right-sided accessory pathways.