Persistent fetal circulation: An evolving clinical and radiographic concept of pulmonary hypertension of the newborn View Full Text


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DATE

1977-06

AUTHORS

D. F. Merten, B. W. Goetzman, R. P. Wennberg

ABSTRACT

The roentgenographic presentations of 11 newborn infants with hypoxemia secondary to pulmonary vasospasm and subsequent right-to-left shunting of blood through the foramen ovale and/or ductus arteriosus (persistent fetal circulation) are described (P. F. C. Syndrome). One infant had radiographically normal lungs, while ten had pulmonary parenchymal abnormalities including hyaline membrane disease [4], meconium aspiration syndrome [4], or an ill defined pattern of retained lung fluid [2]. The roentgenographic appearance of the lungs, however, was discordant with the severe hypoxemia observed in most. Heart size was variable but some degree of cardiomegaly was commonly present. Tolazoline, a potent vasodilator, was useful diagnostically and may have resulted in increased survival. An expanded clinical and roentgenographic concept of the PFC syndrome is suggested. More... »

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74-80

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