Rare Cardiac Diseases

The most common inborn heart defect related to Eisenmenger syndrome may be a bodily cavity congenital heart defect (VSD) or a "hole within the heart" between the 2 lower chambers of the guts (left ventricle and heart ventricle. This defect permits blood to be due the heart ventricle into the proper ventricle (left-to-right shunt). The shunt causes magnified blood flow into the lungs eventually leading to pneumonic cardiovascular disease that causes progressive harm to the tiny blood vessels in lungs (pulmonary vascular sickness. Eisenmenger syndrome may be a rare progressive heart disease that develops in some people with structural malformations of the guts that are gift from birth (congenital heart defects). The disorder is characterised by magnified force per unit area within the main vessel (pulmonary artery) connecting the guts to the lungs (pulmonary hypertension) and improper blood flow inside the guts

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