Pulmonary valve stenosis

Case contributed by Frank Gaillard

Patient Data

Age: 3 years
Gender: Female



The heart is within normal limits in size. There is prominence of the main pulmonary artery extending into the proximal left branch pulmonary artery. The peripheral pulmonary arteries are normal in size. The lungs and pleural spaces are clear.  

Case Discussion

The prominence of the main pulmonary artery is consistent with mild pulmonary valve stenosis

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