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Differential Diagnosis For Xray/Pulm arteries dilated/distal narrow/Chest

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List of current finding(s):

Congenital, Developmental Disorders
Atrial septal defect, ostium secundum
Ventricular large septal defect
Atrial septal defect (ostium primum)
Congenital heart disease
Patent ductus arteriosis
Shunt, left to right, cardiac
Ventricular septal defect
Atrioventricular canal/cushion defect
Eisenmenger syndrome
Single Ventricle Anomaly
Truncus arteriosis, persistant
Pulmonary veins, anomalous/right atrium
Aortic septal defect/window
Double outlet right ventricle
Holt-Oram syndrome
Scimitar syndrome
Taussig-Bing malformation
Total anomalous pulmonary venous return
Transposition, great vessels, corrected
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Acquired ventricular septal defect
Vegetative, Autonomic, Endocrine Disorders
Pulmonary hypertension/PAH
Cor pulmonale
Pathophysiologic
Right ventricle/pressure load, chronic
Synonyms
ABNORMAL X RAY, ABNORMAL XRAY, ABNORMAL X-RAY, Chest exclusion X-ray, Chest Radiography, CHEST X RAY, Chest X-ray, CXR, CXR Chest X-ray, Plain chest X-ray, Plain chest X-ray (procedure), Pulm Arteries Dilated/Distal Narrow, RADIOGR THORACIC, Radiographic procedure on chest, Radiographic procedure on chest (procedure), Radiographies Thoracic, Radiography of chest, Radiography of chest (procedure), Radiography of chest wall, Radiography of chest wall (procedure), Radiography Thoracic, Radiologic examination of chest, Thoracic cage X-ray, Thoracic cage X-ray (procedure), THORACIC RADIOGR, Thoracic Radiographies, Thoracic Radiography, Thorax X-ray, X RAY ABNORMAL, X-ray abnormal, X-ray chest, X-ray of chest, X-ray of chest wall, X-ray thoracic cage, X-ray thoracic cage (procedure)
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