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CCC Pulmonary vascular diseases

Challenging clinical cases
Chairs: M. Humbert (Paris, France), A. Torres (Barcelona, Spain)
Aims: to describe the history, pathology, analysis and treatment of complex clinical cases in pulmonary vascular diseases area. The session leaders will facilitate a discussion with the case presenters and the audience in order to examine and discuss each case.

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 [+]  Webcast Slide presentation PDF journal article, handout or slides 1827 Early histological changes of pulmonary arterial hypertension disclosed by invasive cardiopulmonary exercise testing
Y. Bhatti (London, United Kingdom)
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 [+]  Webcast Slide presentation PDF journal article, handout or slides 1828 Pulmonary vein stenosis mimicking interstitial lung disease
A. Fonseca CarriƧo (Guarda, Portugal)
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 [+]  Webcast Slide presentation PDF journal article, handout or slides 1829 Hughes Stovin vasculitis: regression of pulmonary aneurisms and sustained remission with anti-TNF treatment
S. Ghirardo (Trieste, Italy)
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 [+]  Webcast Slide presentation PDF journal article, handout or slides 1830 Thoracic splenosis presented with hemoptysis
A. Photiades (Athens, Greece)
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 [+]  Webcast Slide presentation PDF journal article, handout or slides 1831 Spontaneous mediastinal hematoma with bilateral hemothorax due to hypertrophied bronchial arteries and right inferior phrenic artery
S. Guo (Chongqing (Chongqing), China)
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