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Pulmonary Artery Hypertension (PAH) 

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medical illustration of Illustration of PAH (Pulmonary artery hypertension). Depicted is the heart with enlarged right ventricle, lungs, pulmonary vessels, right heart catheter, and insets showing causes of PAH (venous thrombosis, fibrosis, vasoconstriction, and hypertrophy of vessel walls). Figure is catching her breath while doing normal task such as carrying groceries.
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Illustration of PAH (Pulmonary artery hypertension). Depicted is the heart with enlarged right ventricle, lungs, pulmonary vessels, right heart catheter, and insets showing causes of PAH (venous thrombosis, fibrosis, vasoconstriction, and hypertrophy of vessel walls). Figure is catching her breath while doing normal task such as carrying groceries.

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