What Is Pulmonary Arterial Disease?

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What is pulmonary arterial disease?

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A pulmonary artery refers to a artery in the pulmonary circulation. The artery plays the role of carrying deoxygenated blood in the right side of the heart to the lungs. The size of pulmonary arteries are different and each pulmonary artery works for different parts of the body.

Pulmonary arterial disease is also known as pulmonary artery disease. Different types of diseases can occur in pulmonary arteries, such as pulmonary hypertension, pulmonary embolism and pulmonary artery stenosis.

 

Keywords: pulmonary arterial disease; pulmonary artery disease; arterial pulmonary disease; pulmonary artery diseases

 

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