- Pulmonary Hypertension (see Pulmonary Hypertension): Chronic myeloproliferative disorders can cause pulmonary HTN by various potential mechanisms
- High cardiac output, auto or surgical asplenia, direct obstruction of pulmonary arteries by circulating megakaryocytes (99), CTEPH (100), portopulmonary HTN, and congestive heart failure may all play a role.
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- Pulmonary hypertension secondary to thrombocytosis in a patient with myeloid metaplasia. Chest 1993; 103:642-4