Pulmonary valve disease is a condition in which the pulmonary valve – located between the lower right chamber of your heart (right ventricle) and the artery that carries blood to the lungs (pulmonary artery) – does not work properly. The disease can interrupt the flow of blood from your heart to your lungs. Pulmonary valve disease Treatment in Khammam
The pulmonary valve usually acts as a one-way door that connects the right ventricle of your heart to the lungs. The blood travels from the right ventricle through the pulmonary valve to the pulmonary artery and then to the lungs, where it picks up oxygen to deliver to your body.
Types of pulmonary valve disease include:
- Pulmonary valve stenosis. The narrowing of the lung valve reduces the flow of blood from the heart to the pulmonary artery and lungs. Pulmonary valve disease Treatment in Khammam
- Pulmonary valve regurgitation. The lobes (leaflets) of the pulmonary valve do not close tightly, causing blood to enter the right ventricle.
- Pulmonary atresia. This condition is present at birth (congenital). The pulmonary valve is not formed. Instead, a thick layer of tissue blocks blood flow to the right side of your heart, preventing blood from reaching the lungs to take in oxygen.
- Many types of lung valve disease are caused by heart conditions that were present at birth (congenital heart defects). Treatment will depend on the type and severity of the pulmonary valve disease.