clinical features of right ventricular failure
Last reviewed 09/2021
The major clinical effects of pure right-sided heart failure differ from those of left-sided failure in that pulmonary congestion is minimal, whereas engorgement of the systemic and portal systems is more pronounced.
The major organs affected by right-sided heart failure are the liver, spleen, kidneys, subcutaneous tissues, brain and portal venous area.
symptoms of right heart failure