Kyphoscoliosis with Pulmonary Hypertension


Professor Perry: This man came to the out-patient department on the 5th M^r ' 1957. He was 48, an industrial chemist working for a firm near Bristol. Three wee, earlier he had noticed rapidly increasing dyspnoea on effort and, for a few days, su sternal effort pain. aj His previous history is that he had a severe spinal kyphoscoliosis, said to be p?sturn in origin, since childhood. He had visited an orthopaedic surgeon at the age of ^ He had it therefore for at least 38 years. At the age of 22 he had an illness which ^ was told was lung trouble. He did not remember much about it. At the age of 37 ^

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@inproceedings{Hewer1958KyphoscoliosisWP, title={Kyphoscoliosis with Pulmonary Hypertension}, author={T. F. Hewer}, year={1958} }