Aneurysms of the Pulmonary Arteries -- A Case Report

Gould, Lawrence; Yang, David C.; Patel, C.; Patel, D.; Lee, J.; Judge, D.; Taddeo, M.
June 1987
Angiology;Jun1987, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p474
Academic Journal
A fifty-five-year-old male demonstrated over a three-year period marked enlargement of pulmonary aneurysms. This can be a fatal condition owing to rupture of the aneurysms.


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