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Low pressure giant pulmonary artery aneurysms in the adult: natural history and management strategies
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    Low pressure giant pulmonary artery aneurysms: a report of two cases

    Dear Editor

    We read with great interest the report discussing the management strategies of low pressure giant pulmonary artery aneurysms.[1] As these cases are uncommon, the natural history ill defined, and management controversial, we wish to further contribute to the literature, discussing two adult cases of giant low pressure pulmonary artery aneurysms, one presenting with and the other without symptoms.


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