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Abstract - Pulmonary arteriovenous shunt: the difficulty of diagnosis and treatment tactics
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Anatoliy Kolos, Lyazzat Saidildina, Kazhibay Askerov, Zhaksylyk Dzhieshev, Aigul Aitbayeva, Mariya Gerassimova

Pulmonary arteriovenous shunts Vascular malformations, due to which there is an abnormal connection between the arteries and veins of the lung. The result is reset in the venous blood channel, resulting in varying degrees of hypoxia. The most dangerous complication of arteriovenous aneurysm is a massive pulmonary hemorrhage, which occurs suddenly due to rupture of the bronchial vascular plexus, directly related to the aneurysm. The article presents the clinical case studies of particular interest to clinicians dealing with the problems of Pulmonology and Thoracic Surgery.

Volume 4, Number 38 (2015)