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Search > Cardiovascular Program > Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return (TAPVR or PAPVR) > Echocardiogram: TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic > TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic: Pulsed Doppler- Vertical Vein Obstruction

TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic: Pulsed Doppler- Vertical Vein Obstruction

Pulsed Doppler sampling at the site of turbulence documents a 12 mm Hg mean gradient between the vertical vein and hepatic venous system. This contributes to pulmonary venous obstruction.

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