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Case Title: 35 year old female with a history of known congenital pulmonary regurgitation

Case History: 35 year old female with a history of known congenital pulmonary regurgitation and A history of exercise intolerance that has been gradual in onset and progressivein nature is observed since 4 years. She is unable to bear her current quality of life.She has a history of two uncomplicated pregnancies 8 and 5 years ago. She also had prior repair of scoliosis and spinal fusion.
On examination:
She is apparently well. No cyanosis (saturation 96%). BP 110/70 mmHg. Pulse 80/minute and regular. JVP upper normal. Moderate right ventricular lift. Heart sounds normal. Grade 2 ejection systolic murmur ULSB augmented by inspiration. Grade 3 low pressure diastolic murmur mid LSB augmented by inspiration. Chest clear.


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X-Ray finding 1
Harington rods extend from T2 to lumbar region. There is a moderate scoliosis. The heart size is normal with cardio thorasic ratio of 45percentage. The main pulmonary trunk is prominent. The lung fields are clear.
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