List 4 clinical signs on cardiovascular examination which will support the diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension
° Prominent ‘a’ wave
° Parasternal lift
° Palpable P2
° Loud P2
° Features of tricuspid regurgitation
The signs of pulmonary hypertension are mainly indirect.
The rest are all features of right heart failure.
SLEEPER, JULIAN C., EDWARD S. ORGAIN, and HENRY D. MCINTOSH. "Primary Pulmonary Hypertension Review of Clinical Features and Pathologic Physiology with a Report of Pulmonary Hemodynamics Derived from Repeated Catheterization." Circulation 26.6 (1962): 1358-1369.
(this is a nice old-school article witrh a discussion of several cases of severe pulmonary hypertension, and its various clinical features)