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Figure 1. From: A consensus approach to the classification of pediatric pulmonary hypertensive vascular disease: Report from the PVRI Pediatric Taskforce, Panama 2011.

Venn diagram illustrating the heterogeneity and multifactorial elements in pediatric pulmonary hypertensive vascular disease.

Maria Jesus del Cerro, et al. Pulm Circ. 2011 Apr-Jun;1(2):286-298.
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Figure 2. From: A consensus approach to the classification of pediatric pulmonary hypertensive vascular disease: Report from the PVRI Pediatric Taskforce, Panama 2011.

This figure illustrates the complexity of pulmonary hypertensive vascular disease in a two-year-old infant with bronchopulmonary dysplasia. (a) chest X ray, cardiomegaly and parenchymal lung infiltrates; (b) lung CT scan, showing lung extensive parenchymal damage with areas of atelectasis and emphysema; (c) CT angiogram, showing right ventricular and right atrial dilatation, and atrial septal defect; (d) CT angiogram showing left and right upper pulmonary vein stenosis; (e) reconstructed CT image showing persistent ductus arteriosus; and (f) CT angiogram showing the severe stenosis of right upper pulmonary vein.

Maria Jesus del Cerro, et al. Pulm Circ. 2011 Apr-Jun;1(2):286-298.

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