Pulmonic Regurgitation

Pulmonic Regurgitation is a defect in the valves of the heart that causes return of blood into the right atrium.  Some common causes of pulmonic regurgitation include pulmonary hypertension, carcinoid syndrome, and congenital absence of the pulmonary valve, tetralogy of fallot or infective endocarditis. It has also been found that in certain cases involving severe pulmonic regurgitation, right heart […]

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