Primary pulmonary hypertension in adults.


Primary pulmonary hypertension is an enigmatic disease found predominantly in young women, but it also affects a significant number of middle-aged and elderly males and females. Its onset, characterized by progressively worsening dyspnea, fatigue, and chest pain, is insidious. Three distinct histopathologic subtypes have been identified, and the natural… (More)


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@article{Hawkins1990PrimaryPH, title={Primary pulmonary hypertension in adults.}, author={J W Hawkins and Marvin I. Dunn}, journal={Clinical cardiology}, year={1990}, volume={13 6}, pages={382-7} }