okay my 4 year old had an echo last year. he has a lengthy history. since he was born or shortly after, they said he had a RIGTH VENTRICLE OUTFLOW TRACT OBSTRUCTION. he had an echo on the 4th of march last year and again on the 29th. the one of the 4th said he had one and the one on the 29th they said he didn't have one. my 2 questions are, 1) can this resolve on it own especially since he had it for so long and then with in two week it is gone. and 2) is it the same thing as PULMONARY STENOSIS. he has htat.
thank you in advance
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