Sin embargo, algunos pacientes presentan una HP “desproporcionada”, a pesar de tener una mínima afectación funcional y de seguir un tratamiento óptimo. DERRAME PLEURAL UV M.I.D sobre infectado. FIBRILACIÒN AURICULAR GASTRITIS DIABETES MELLITUS HTA CAUSAS CASO clínico. Anamnesis Remota A. Mórbidos: Cesárea Enfermedades Antecedentes Personales Nombre: T.C.H.. Sexo: Femenino Edad: 65 años.

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La HP supone un impacto en la capacidad funcional y en la supervivencia de estos pacientes. Pulmonary hypertension PHT is a common complication in epooc respiratory diseases and specifically in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPDalthough its prevalence has not been well determined. PHT affects functional capacity and survival in these patients. This complication is usually moderate or mild and develops when airflow obstruction is rratamiento.

Although alveolar hypoxia has classically been considered to be the main cause, in the last few years other pathogenic mechanisms have been identified, especially those producing vascular remodelling, which are reviewed in the present article.

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