Information About Pulmonary Stenosis

Pulmonary stenosis occurs when the pulmonic valve is stiffened and has a narrowed opening. It does not open properly, which increases strain on the right side of the heart because the right ventricle has to pump harder to send blood out to the lungs. 



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