Pulmonary stenosis

 

Pulmonary atresia or stenosis is a congenital anomaly usually with an intact interventricular septum but it may occur with Fallot's tetralogy or transposition of the great vessels. Pulmonary valve may be subvalvar, supravalvar or may be many. It has an ejection systolic murmur and possibly thrill which is most audible at inspiration and heard best in the pulmonary area, i.e.2nd intercostal space to the right of the sternum.


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