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Pulmonary Stenosis

What is pulmonary stenosis? The pulmonary valve allows oxygen-poor (blue) blood to flow from the lower right chamber of the heart, called the right ventricle, to a large artery called the pulmonary artery. Pulmonary stenosis, a congenital (present at birth) heart defect, occurs when the pulmonary valve is unable to open completely.

Electrocardiogram
Chest Radiograph
Gross Pathology
Phonocardiogram
Echocardiogram
Cardiac Catheterization: PS in Infant
Cardiac Catheterization: PS in Child
MRI
Cardiac Surgery