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Quadricuspid pulmonary valve with likely associated prominance of the main pulmonary artery. MPA prominence may be due to component of pulmonic stenosis and regurgitation.

ANDERSON WCA - MedPix (2011)

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Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Quadricuspid pulmonary valve with likely associated prominance of the main pulmonary artery. MPA prominence may be due to component of pulmonic stenosis and regurgitation.

History: 21Male c/o worsening productive cough x 2 weeks.

Findings: Chest radiolgraphs (not shown) demonstrated left lower lobe pneumonia and an enlarged main pulmonary artery. After patient recovered from pneumonia, cardiac-gated Chest CT was performed CT findings: Quadricuspid pulmonary valve with extra vestigial leaflet between the left and right posterior leaflet.

Ddx: Quadricuspid Pulmonary Valve

Dxhow: Cardiac Gated CT

Exam: REMARKABLE FOR GRADE II/VI MURMUR AUSCULTATED, BEST HEARD @ UPPER L STERNAL BORDER, W/SPLIT S1. CBC ELEVATED @ 12.1, W/BAND CELL ELEVATION OF 83.

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Quadricuspid pulmonary valve with likely associated prominance of the main pulmonary artery. MPA prominence may be due to component of pulmonic stenosis and regurgitation.

ANDERSON WCA - MedPix (2011)

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View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Quadricuspid pulmonary valve with likely associated prominance of the main pulmonary artery. MPA prominence may be due to component of pulmonic stenosis and regurgitation.

History: 21Male c/o worsening productive cough x 2 weeks.

Findings: Chest radiolgraphs (not shown) demonstrated left lower lobe pneumonia and an enlarged main pulmonary artery. After patient recovered from pneumonia, cardiac-gated Chest CT was performed CT findings: Quadricuspid pulmonary valve with extra vestigial leaflet between the left and right posterior leaflet.

Ddx: Quadricuspid Pulmonary Valve

Dxhow: Cardiac Gated CT

Exam: REMARKABLE FOR GRADE II/VI MURMUR AUSCULTATED, BEST HEARD @ UPPER L STERNAL BORDER, W/SPLIT S1. CBC ELEVATED @ 12.1, W/BAND CELL ELEVATION OF 83.

No MeSH data available.