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Abstract

The incidence of abnormal drainage of the pulmonary veins (ADPV), has been described. Despite the success in the surgical treatment of abnormal pulmonary vein drainage some issues of the clinical diagnosis of this defect remain unresolved. In this regard, the study of the clinical course and diagnostic methods of ADPV, is relevant, which makes it possible to timely identify the defect, rational planning of the examination and choosing the optimal method of correction. In specialized cardiac surgery clinics Andijan State medical institute (ASMI) and Republican Specialized Scientific Practical Center for Surgery (RSSPCS) them. Acad. V.V.Vakhidov, 214 patients with various types of ADPV were examined, in 173 cases there was a partial ADPV and in 41 - TADPV. The diagnosis of the defect was based on the analysis of a set of data from traditional and special research methods, including echocardiography, catheterization of the cardiac cavities with angiocardiography, and MSCT with angiography was performed in 18 patients.

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cardiac surgery abnormal drainage of the pulmonary veins (ADPV) total abnormal drainage of the pulmonary veins (TADPV) congenital heart disease (CHD) right atrium (RA) pulmonary hypertension (PH), angiocardiography (ACG)

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Mamatov M. A., Usmonov X. Q., & Abrolov H. Q. (2021). Diagnostic Features Abnormal Drainage of Pulmonary Vines. Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 2(4), 60-63. https://doi.org/10.17605/cajmns.v2i4.246

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