And she had hemitruncus arteriosus, where her left pulmonary artery delivering blood to the left lung was in the wrong place.
What does LPA stand for?
LPA stands for Left Pulmonary Artery
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- Large Particle Ash (energy)
- Las Perlas Archipelago
- Lasting Power of Attorney (legal document)
- Law of Property Act (UK)
- Layered Process Audit (Daimlerchrysler)
- Learning Point Associates
- Lease Purchase Agreement
- Leather Producers Association
- Legal Profession Act (various locations)
- Legal Professional Association (Ohio)
- Legal Purchase Age (various organizations)
- Legislative and Public Affairs
- Legislative Post Audit (Kansas)
- Les Petites Affiches (French law journal)
- Leveraged Procurement Agreement (California)
- Library Public Awareness (Canada)
- Licensed Practicing Attorney
- Licensed Psychological Associate
Samples in periodicals archive:
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] The MR angiography study showed an abnormal origin of the left pulmonary artery from the right pulmonary artery.
Massive left pulmonary artery pseudoaneurysm in a young child.
Teirstein concluded that the fragment was in the left pulmonary artery.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] In the computed tomography of the thorax the left pulmonary artery was observed to be absent (Fig.
Computed tomography of the chest with intravenous contrast medium showed cardiomegaly with a 100 mm dilatation of the right pulmonary artery and 85 mm dilatation of the left pulmonary artery (Fig 2).
EPMD is introducing the Focal Recorder, a catheter which utilizes EPMD's pulmonary artery balloon catheter technology and designed to record heart signals from the left pulmonary artery.
A ventilation/perfusion scan demonstrated bilateral lower lobe pulmonary emboli and a CTPA showed an acute massive pulmonary embolus at the first order branches of the left pulmonary artery (Figure 1), with smaller embolus at the first order branch of the right pulmonary artery.