11 Pulmonary Hypertension-Related Diseases



Pulmonary hypertension and lupus are two very different conditions and pulmonary hypertension does not cause lupus. However, lupus may be able to cause pulmonary hypertension in a small range of patients, although the coexistence of the two diseases is very rare. Pulmonary hypertension and lupus together are more common among female patients who are younger than traditional patients who suffer from PH.

 Did you know that lupus patients with PAH may need close monitoring as well as early treatment?

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