(Eisenmenger syndrome: diseases with increased pulmonary vascular resistance) The Eisenmenger syndrome is a complication of untreated, large intracardiac left-right shunt. An increased pulmonary resistance can develop over time, which leads in the end to a bidirectional shunting and right-left shunt. Nichtoxygeniertes blood flows into the systemic circulation and causes hypoxia. The heart sounds and heart sounds depend on the underlying abnormalities. The diagnosis is made by echocardiography or cardiac catheterization….
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