Pulmoanry hypertension is a negative prognostic factot of long term survival in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis after lung transplantation

Y. Adir (Haifa, Israel), M. Shay Amor (Petah Tiqva, Israel), S. Schneer (Haifa, Israel), D. Rosengarten (Petah Tiqva, Israel), Y. Shostak (Haifa, Israel), M. Kramer (Petah Tiqva, Israel)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Pulmonary hypertension in lung diseases
Session: Pulmonary hypertension in lung diseases
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 291
Disease area: Interstitial lung diseases, Pulmonary vascular diseases

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Y. Adir (Haifa, Israel), M. Shay Amor (Petah Tiqva, Israel), S. Schneer (Haifa, Israel), D. Rosengarten (Petah Tiqva, Israel), Y. Shostak (Haifa, Israel), M. Kramer (Petah Tiqva, Israel). Pulmoanry hypertension is a negative prognostic factot of long term survival in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis after lung transplantation. 291

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