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Pulmonary hypertension is a fatal disease that often goes unrecognized until it becomes severe and debilitating. Early recognition allows for earlier treatment and improved quality of life for those affected. Early signs and symptoms include dyspnea and fatigue, and treatment options range from oral therapy with bosentan to intravenous therapy with epoprostenol. Work-up of pulmonary hypertension and its secondary causes are also reviewed.
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