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An imaging technique using compounds labelled with short-lived positron-emitting radionuclides (such as carbon-11, nitrogen-13, oxygen-15 and fluorine-18) to measure cell metabolism. It has been useful in study of soft tissues such as CANCER; CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; and brain. SINGLE-PHOTON EMISSION-COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY is closely related to positron emission tomography, but uses isotopes with longer half-lives and resolution is lower.

Tracheobronchial malacia and stenosis in children in intensive care: bronchograms help to predict oucome. (1/132)

BACKGROUND: Severe tracheobronchial malacia and stenosis are important causes of morbidity and mortality in children in intensive care, but little is known about how best to diagnose these conditions or determine their prognosis. METHODS: The records of all 62 children in whom one or both of these conditions had been diagnosed by contrast cinetracheobronchography in our intensive care unit in the period 1986-95 were studied. RESULTS: Seventy four per cent of the 62 children had congenital heart disease; none was a preterm baby with airways disease associated with prolonged ventilation. Fifteen of the children had airway stenosis without malacia; three died because of the stenosis and two died from other causes. Twenty eight of the 47 children with malacia died; only eight children survived without developmental or respiratory handicap. All children needing ventilation for malacia for longer than 14 consecutive days died if their bronchogram showed moderate or severe malacia of either main bronchus (15 cases), or malacia of any severity of both bronchi (three additional cases); all children needing ventilation for malacia for longer than 21 consecutive days died if their bronchogram showed malacia of any severity of the trachea or a main bronchus (three additional cases). These findings were strongly associated with a fatal outcome (p<0.00005); they were present in 21 children (all of whom died) and absent in 26 (of whom seven died, six from non-respiratory causes). They had a positive predictive value for death of 100%, but the lower limit of the 95% confidence interval was 83.9% so up to 16% of patients meeting the criteria might survive. CONCLUSION: In this series the findings on contrast cinetracheobronchography combined with the duration of ventilation provided a useful guide to the prognosis of children with tracheobronchomalacia. The information provided by bronchoscopy was less useful.  (+info)

Primary bronchomalacia and patent ductus arteriosus: simultaneous surgical correction in an infant. (2/132)

We report the clinical course of a 6-month-old girl with recurrent infection of the left lung, persistent wheezing, and a suspected congenital heart anomaly (patent ductus arteriosus. Chest radiography revealed hyperinflation and slight inflammation of the left lung. Tracheobronchoscopy and left-sided bronchography showed a collapsed segment of the left main bronchus, 3 cm long. Computed tomography confirmed hyperinflation of the left lung and atelectasis of the superior lobe. There were no signs of extramural compression. Color-flow Doppler echocardiography confirmed the suspicion of patent ductus arteriosus. To the best of our knowledge, there is no other report in the literature of a patient with this combination of anomalies. After receiving 2 weeks of antibiotic treatment, the patient underwent surgical repair The patent ductus arteriosus was closed by means of a triple-ligature procedure, and during the same operation a bronchopexy was performed, securing the left main bronchus to the closed ductus tissue by means of sutures. There have been no complications in the postoperative period. Clinical follow-up, as well as echocardiography and bronchoscopy, have yielded normal results 14 months after surgery.  (+info)

Bronchial atresia with transient spontaneous disappearance of a mucocele. (3/132)

We report the transient spontaneous disappearance of a mucocele due to bronchial atresia. Two years before presentation, a chest radiograph showed a hyperlucent right upper lung and a mucocele near the right hilum. A chest radiograph taken 1 year later showed that the mucocele had disappeared leaving an ovoid outline of a dilated bronchus. A chest radiograph obtained 3 months before presentation showed that the mucocele was present again. Atresia of the B3b bronchus of the right upper lobe was noted on thoracotomy. The "disappearance" of the mucocele probably was due to the clearance of mucoid material through collateral airways.  (+info)

Mucoid impaction caused by monokaryotic mycelium of Schizophyllum commune in association with bronchiectasis. (4/132)

A 51-year-old female was admitted to our hospital because of fever, cough, and hemoptysis. A chest radiograph showed a partial collapse of the left upper division and infected bullae in the left upper lobe. Bronchoscopic examination showed thick mucous plugs in the left upper bronchus. The isolates of the plugs proved to be Schizophyllum commune. Neither accumulation of eosinophils nor Charcot-Leyden crystals were present in the plugs. Mild ectatic changes of the left upper bronchus had been observed 17 years previously. We describe the first case of mucoid impaction, which was independent of the immunological reactions, caused by S. commune in association with bronchiectasis.  (+info)

Regenerative growth of respiratory bronchioles in dogs. (5/132)

Loss of lung units due to pneumonectomy stimulates growth of the remaining lung. It is generally believed that regenerative lung growth involves only alveoli but not airways, a dissociated response termed "dysanaptic growth." We examined the structural response of respiratory bronchioles in immature dogs raised to maturity after right pneumonectomy. In another group of adult dogs, we also examined the effect of preventing mediastinal shift after right pneumonectomy on the response of respiratory bronchioles. In immature dogs after pneumonectomy, the volume of the remaining lung increased twofold, with no change in volume density, numerical density, or mean diameter of respiratory bronchiole, compared with that in the control lung. The number of respiratory bronchiole segments and branch points increased proportionally with lung volume. In adult dogs after pneumonectomy, prevention of mediastinal shift reduced lung strain at a given airway pressure, but lung expansion and regenerative growth of respiratory bronchiole were not eliminated. We conclude that postpneumonectomy lung growth is associated with proliferation of intra-acinar airways. The proportional growth of acinar airways and alveoli should optimize gas exchange of the regenerated lung by enhancing gas conductance and mixing efficiency within the acinus.  (+info)

Tracheal size following tracheostomy with cuffed tracheostomy tubes: an experimental study. (6/132)

In view of the severe damage caused by unyielding, low residual volume cuffs, various modifications to the cuff of an intratracheal tube have been introduced. The merits of two low-pressure cuffs were assessed in an experimental study in dogs; both cuffs produced little visible damage to the tracheal wall in dogs intubated continuously over a two-week period. A modified technique of producing tantalum tracheobronchograms without distrubing the mucous blanket or traumatizing the tracheal wall is described. These tantalum radiological studies demonstrated a progressive temporary increase in size of the trachea at cuff level over the period of intubation with these cuffs. The implications of such a progressive weakness occurring in the tracheal muscle are discussed.  (+info)

Bronchial hysteresis in excised lungs. (7/132)

1. Intrapulmonary bronchi in excised dog lungs were outlined with tantalum dust and stereoscopic radiographs taken during deflation and inflation of the lung with air, saline, Ringer or EDTA solutions. Dimensions of airways as a percentage of their values at full inflation were calculated from measurements of the stereoscopic X-ray images. 2. The mean deflation-inflation diameter difference at a transpulmonary pressure of 5 cm H2O was 20% in the air-filled lung, 9% in the saline filled preparation and 2% after filling with EDTA in saline. 3. These results show that the intrapulmonary bronchi have an intrinsic hysteresis separate from the hysteresis imposed on them by the expansion of the surrounding parenchyma. This intrinsic hysteresis is mainly due to the tone of the smooth muscle in the bronchial wall.  (+info)

Local ablative procedures designed to destroy squamous-cell carcinoma. (8/132)

In a series of experiments in dogs, the bronchial mucosa was either excised or destroyed prior to closure of a bronchial stump following a lobectomy or the reanastomosis of a divided bronchus. The experiments were designed to simulate the clinical situation in which focal areas of squamous-cell carcinoma in situ in the bronchial margin would be managed by local ablation of the mucosa rather than by excision of additional bronchus. The experiments demonstrated that the bronchial mucosa is not necessary for bronchial healing. They also demonstrated that functionally and morphologically normal bronchial epithelium regenerates across the denuded bronchus. The source of this regenerated epithelium appears to be the submucosal glands which remain in the bronchial wall after a variety of local ablative procedures. Since our clinical experience has demonstrated that these submucosal glands frequently contain small foci of squamous-cell carcinoma in situ, we have concluded that either excision or thermal destruction of the bronchial mucosa has very limited clinical application and should be considered only in patients who cannot tolerate excision of more than one lobe of the lung.  (+info)

Bronchograms were made in eight men, chosen on clinical grounds as representative of three grades of severity in a series of 67 male bronchitis studied prospectively over a period of 10 years, with the object of ascertaining the anatomical condition at the end of this period. In the stationary group the bronchograms showed only a mild mucous reaction, and peripheral filling was generally good. In the slowly progressive group, mucous obstruction was evident and fairly widespread, and organic changes were present, though not widespread or severe. In the progressive group, both mucous obstruction and organic change were widespread. It was noted that when both mucous obstruction and organic changes were observed the upper lobes were seen to be relatively normal with the exception of the progressive cases in which all changes were more severe. The bronchographic abnormalities were found to be closely correlated with the grades of clinical severity.. ...
A bronchography is a radiographic (x-ray) examination of the interior passageways of the lower respiratory tract. The structures of the lower respiratory tract, which include the larynx (voice box), trachea (windpipe), and bronchi (larger branching airways to the lungs), become visible on x-ray film after contrast dye is instilled through either a catheter or bronchoscope (narrow, flexible, lighted tube) into these areas. Contrast dye is a substance that causes a particular organ, tissue, or structure to be more visible on x-ray or other diagnostic images.. The contrast dye is released as the catheter or bronchoscope is inserted through the nose or mouth and advanced down the throat into the trachea and bronchi. The contrast dye forms a coating on the lining of the interior walls of these structures, thus outlining their anatomy on x-ray. In addition, abnormalities such as tumors, cavities, cysts, and obstructions may be revealed.. As a result of improved computerized tomography (CT scan) and ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Role of capacitative Ca2+ entry in bronchial contraction and remodeling. AU - Sweeney, Michele. AU - McDaniel, Sharon S.. AU - Platoshyn, Oleksandr. AU - Zhang, Shen. AU - Yu, Ying. AU - Lapp, Bethany R.. AU - Zhao, Ying. AU - Thistlethwaite, Patricia A.. AU - Yuan, Jason X.J.. PY - 2002. Y1 - 2002. N2 - Asthma is characterized by airway inflammation, bronchial hyperresponsiveness, and airway obstruction by bronchospasm and bronchial wall thickening due to smooth muscle hypertrophy. A rise in cytosolic free Ca2+ concentration ([Ca2+]cyt) may serve as a shared signal transduction element that causes bronchial constriction and bronchial wall thickening in asthma. In this study, we examined whether capacitative Ca2+ entry (CCE) induced by depletion of intracellular Ca2+ stores was involved in agonist-mediated bronchial constriction and bronchial smooth muscle cell (BSMC) proliferation. In isolated bronchial rings, acetylcholine (ACh) induced a transient contraction in the absence of ...
Recognize the presence of lobar collapse on CxR: ; Collapse = atelectasis, decrease in volume of a lung, lobe, or segment ; Obstruction collapse: most common, air present in alveoli distal to obstruction is absorbed, lung segment decreases in volume ; Compression collapse: external force squeezes air out of lung (PTX, pleural effusion) ; Contraction collapse: scarring causes decreased volume (TB, fibrosis) ; Direct signs: displacement of fissures, increased radiopacity, crowding of vascular markings or air bronchograms ; Indirect signs: hilar displacement, elevation of diaphragm, shift of mediastinum, narrowing the rib cage, compensatory emphysema ; RLL or LLL Collapse: posterior, medial, or downward collapse, major fissure displaced, major fissure medially displaced ; RML Collapse: minor fissure displaced downwards, silhouette sign along right heart border ; Lingular Collapse: silhouette sign along left heart border ; RUL Collapse: upward, medial, anterior collapse, minor fissure is displaced ...
Hilum - rings or tram lines suggest bronchitis. Round opacity adjacent to and larger than ring suggests vascular prominence due to left to right shunt.. Silhouette sign - where heart border and/or diaphragm obscured in lower zone due to consolidation in lower lobe (left or right).. Effusion - vertical line at costophrenic angle.. Round pneumonia - will have air bronchograms, compare mass.. Collapse vs consolidation - sharp lower border is the fissure so if deviated then collapse.. Pneumothorax - lucency without clear edge may suggest lung hyperinflation eg bronchial atresia. If edge projects below diaphragm then likely to be skin fold!. Foreign body - get expiratory film, which will enhance air trapping.. ...
Condition Imaging Findings Comments Bacterial pneumonia Staphylococcus(Fig C 1-1) Rapid development of extensive alveolar infiltrates, usually involving a whole lobe or even several lobes. Air bronchograms are infrequent because the acute inflammatory exudate fills the airways, leading to segmental collapse and a loss of volume. Most frequently occurs in children, especially during the first…
It is important to remember that left lower lobe pulmonary vessels should be able to be traced through the cardiac shadow on a PA chest x-ray. In this case the vessels cannot be traced and instead air bronchograms are seen consistent with consoli...
Diffuse patchy alveolar infiltrates are seen throughout both hemithoraces. The pattern is present in all lung lobes with many indistinct air bronchograms. The pulmonary vasculature is poorly visualized; however, the cardiovascular structures appear to be within normal limits. An endotracheal tube is present within the trachea to the level of the carina. An esophageal feeding tube is also seen extending to the level 3rd ribs before folding back on itself on the initial lateral projections. A final left lateral projection reveals the esophageal tube passing through the length of the esophagus and into the gastric fundus where it again curves backwards but remains within the gastric lumen. A few anomalous vertebrae are present within the thoracic spine and are likely within normal limits given the breed of the patient ...
Hello! The lungs are well aerated showing a heterogenous confluence of opacities with apparent few air bronchograms at the area of the right hilum. This may represent consolidation possibly in the superior segment of the right lower lobe. The rest of the lungs are clear. Heart is not enlarged. Great vessels are within normal limits. Diaphragm and sulci are intact. Visualized Ossetia structures are preserved. I suggest lateral view of the chest for better evaluation.. ...
We especially have to look for the presence of areas of ground-glass opacity, air bronchograms or cavities and the three-dimensional ratios of a lesion.. With the increasingly important role of PET-CT, we have to be aware of the accuracy of PET-CT and we should have an idea about the prevalence of infectious and non-infectious granulomatous disease in the area that we practice.. ...
X-rays use invisible electromagnetic energy beams to produce images of internal tissues, bones, and organs on film. X-rays are made by using external radiation to produce images of the body, its organs and other internal structures for diagnostic purposes. X-rays pass through body tissues onto specially treated plates (similar to camera film) and a negative type picture is made (the more solid a structure is, the whiter it appears on the film).. Depending on the results of the chest X-ray, additional tests or procedures may be requested by your doctor for further diagnostic information.. Other related procedures that may be used to diagnose problems of the chest and respiratory tract include chest fluoroscopy, chest ultrasound, computed tomography (CT scan) of the chest, lung biopsy, lung scans, mediastinoscopy, positron emission tomography (PET scan) of the chest, pleural biopsy, thoracentesis, sinus X-rays, pulmonary angiogram, bronchoscopy, and bronchography. Please see these procedures for ...
This work on radiology of the chest is a very usable text and reference book. The author has combined many years of experience and study with ideas and facts gained through an extensive review of the literature to produce a book that is quite complete in this particular field.. The text is divided into four sections. Part I deals with general considerations, that is, radiographic technics including special examinations, such as bronchography, angiocardiography, laminagraphy and so forth. Anatomy of the lungs is also dealt with in this section. Many illustrations are used to bring out the points under consideration.. The ...
Data for all parameters are presented as median (25th-75th percentile) or mean±sd. Data for % low-attenuation areas , -950 HU are presented as median and for AWT-Pi10 (airway wall thickness for an airway with an internal perimeter of 10 mm) as mean. The p-values were calculated using Kruskall-Wallis (low-attenuation area) and ANOVA (AWT-Pi10). HU: Hounsfield units; COPD: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. #: standardised measurement of airway wall thickness. The bold p-values indicate significance. ...
Magyarországon az első tüdőtranszplantációt 2015. 12. 12-én végeztük el az Országos Onkológiai Intézet és a Semmelweis Egyetem együttműködésével. Cikkünkben az elmúlt két és fél év eredményeit összegezzük. 2018 augusztusáig 55 tüdőtranszplantációra került sor. Az adatfeldolgozást retrospektív módszerrel végeztük. A várólistára helyezés a Tüdő Transzplantációs Bizottság javaslatára történt. A donortüdők agyhalott donorokból származtak. A posztoperatív gondozás a Semmelweis Egyetemen folytatódott. 2015. 12. 12. és 2018. 07. 31. között 76 szervkivételen vettünk részt: 45 magyar, 23 Eurotransplant-, 8 Eurotransplanton kívüli országban, ezekből 54 kétoldali és 1 egyoldali tüdőtranszplantáció valósult meg. A műtéteket egyoldali (n = 1), kétoldali thoracotomiából (n = 1) vagy clamshell betolásból (n = 53), venoarterialis extrakorporális membránoxigenizáció-támogatással végeztük. Három esetben az extrakorporális ...
Objective: This study aimed to evaluate the normal range of quantitative CT in measuring the airway diameter at inspiration-expiration phase using 3D imaging in healthy adults. Materials and Methods: 68 healthy volunteers, including 42 males and 26 females, with the mean age of 49.3 (SD14.7) years, had undergone low-dose CT scan at full inspiration and the end of expiration. All CT scans were performed within the range from the lung apices to the diaphragm, at a tube potential of 120kVp and an effective mAs of 60. Afterwards, all CT images were analyzed using the 3D software (FUJIFILM Corporation SYNAPSE), and the airway tree was generated according to the automated region-growing technique, which was perpendicular to the cross section measurement of the segmental bronchus in bilateral lower lobes. Meanwhile, the imaging of segmental bronchus was classified as at inspiration and expiration phase in male group, and at inspiration and expiration phase in female group. Moreover, the Din-L and Din-S of the
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Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
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Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
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Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
Die Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf ist eine der jüngeren Hochschulen des Landes NRW - gegründet 1965. Seit 1988 trägt die Universität den Namen des großen Sohnes der Stadt
First, for model B and model C, Figure 5b,c shows that the decrease of t D (or the increase of t T ) causes the Fano antiresonances to shift to the Dirac point. In the opposite case, the Fano antiresonances on the two sides of the Dirac point will repel each other. Doxorubicin cell line For model D, the shift of Fano antiresonances. exhibits different results. We see that the decrease of t D (or the increase of t T ) causes the Fano antiresonances to shift right, whereas the Fano antiresonances shift left under the opposite situation. Albeit the shift of conductance spectra, the conductance properties can not be basically modified. Figure 5 The effect of the change of t d and t T on the AGNR conductance. In (a to d), M is taken to be 17, 23, 20, and 26, respectively. When the line defect is embedded in the GNR, its onsite energy may be different from that of the GNR. Thus, in Figure 6, we present the influence of the change of the onsite energy of the line defect by taking ε d = ε c + Δ. For ...
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The trachea (windpipe) divides into two main bronchi (also mainstem bronchi), the left and the right, at the level of the sternal angle. The right main bronchus is wider, shorter, and more vertical than the left main bronchus. The right main bronchus subdivides into three segmental bronchi while the left main bronchus divides into two. The lobar bronchi divide into tertiary bronchi. Each of the segmental bronchi supplies a bronchopulmonary segment. A bronchopulmonary segment is a division of a lung that is separated from the rest of the lung by a connective tissue septum. This property allows a bronchopulmonary segment to be surgically removed without affecting other segments. There are ten segments per lung, but due to anatomic development, several segmental bronchi in the left lung fuse, giving rise to eight. The segmental bronchi divide into many primary bronchioles which divide into terminal bronchioles, each of which then gives rise to several respiratory bronchioles, which go on to divide ...
RADIOLOGY: LUNG: Case# 14: BRONCHIAL CARCINOID. 17-year-old female with asthma who presented with opacified left hemithorax on chest x-ray. Bronchoscopy, with rigid bronchoscope, showed left main stem bronchial occlusion. There is complete atelectasis of the left lung. This is an obstructive type atelectasis with bronchially dilated fluid-filled bronchograms seen throughout the lungs. Fluid-filled bronchograms are seen to the level of the left main stem arising near the carina. A small to moderate size pleural effusion is seen surrounding the left lung. There has been shift of the mediastinum towards the left slightly. This is most evident on the lower mediastinum. There are no enlarged mediastinal lymph nodes identified. The right lung appears normal without any air space opacities or pleural abnormality. Bronchial carcinoid tumors are relatively rare, accounting for approximately 5% of primary lung tumors. They may range from low-grade malignant typical carcinoid, which has a 5-year survival rate
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Left lateralt thoracic- and upper abdominal view. Interestingly enough the consolidation has changed. What we see now is an air bronchogram/hepatization of the lung which simply means that the lung takes on the appearance of a liver. The bronchi appear white. Causes may vary, but in short it implies lung consolidation or atelectasis. In contrast to chest x-ray, ultrasound can divided air bronchograms into either static with no movement in the bronchi or to dynamic with movement in the bronchi (see youtube). The dynamic form has a very high specificity and positiv predictive value for pneumonia. In our case the air bronchogram is static but the clinical scenario implies an infectious process.. ...
The subdivision of the lung is characterised by the branching of the bronchi: the bronchial tree. The main bronchi form the stem of the bronchial tree, which splits within the lung dichotomously. The right main bronchus is called bronchus principalis dexter, the left bronchus is called bronchus principalis sinister. The main bronchi are divided into lobar bronchi - right in three lobar bronchi: bronchi lobares superior, medius and inferior and left into the bronchi lobares superior and inferior. Thereafter, there follows further division into segmental bronchi - right 10, left 9 segmental bronchi. This is followed by subsegmental bronchi, the bronchioles and finally the bronchioli terminales. The conductive, air-transporting phase of the bronchial tree ends here. Thereafter follows the sectional formation, which serves for gas exchange and as the lung parenchyma in the narrow sense. These include the bronchioli respiratorii, the ductus alveolaris and sacculi alveolares. The respiratory ...
Radiography of the lungs allows you to exclude local and disseminated lesions of the lungs, to detect concomitant diseases. Usually, after 2-3 years of the course of obstructive bronchitis, an increase in the bronchial pattern, deformation of the roots of the lungs, and emphysema of the lungs are revealed. Therapeutic and diagnostic bronchoscopy for obstructive bronchitis allows you to examine the bronchial mucosa, collect sputum and bronchoalveolar lavage . In order to exclude bronchiectasis, bronchography may be required .. A necessary criterion for the diagnosis of obstructive bronchitis is the study of the function of external respiration. The data of spirometry (including with inhalation tests), peak flowmetry , pneumotachometry are of the greatest importance . Based on the data obtained, the presence, degree and reversibility of bronchial obstruction, impaired pulmonary ventilation, stage of chronic obstructive bronchitis are determined.. The complex of laboratory diagnostics examines ...
Rapid onset of profound dyspnea occurring 12-24 hours after the precipitating event. Physical exam will show tachypnea, frothy pink or red sputum and diffuse crackles. Chest radiograph: air bronchograms and bilaterally fluffy infiltrateTreat with tracheal intubation with lowest level of PEEP
A five month-old infant with congenital lobar emphysema is presented. Due to previously suspected diaphragmal hernia the infant underwent the surgery. Clinically, disorder was manifested with mild to severe respiratory symptoms. The indication for surgery was based on the radiological finding (hyperinflation of right upper lobe , as well as the computed tomography (herniation of the right lung to the left), lung scintigraphy (impaired perfusion of the right lung), bronchoscopy and bronchography the surgery, respectively. After lobectomy of upper right lobe the diagnosis was confirmed histopathologically as well ...
Bronchiectasis is generally considered irreversible in the adult population, largely based on studies employing bronchography in cases with a significant clinic
The patient was admitted for pneumonia to the medical service and provided with intravenous antibiotics. The patient was admitted to the medical service and provided with intravenous antibiotics. Blood cultures grew Streptococcus gordonii. A transthoracic echocardiogram demonstrated the presence of a tricuspid vegetation. She was presumed to have both a community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) and long-standing endocarditis. Pneumonia remains a common cause of death in the United States and is associated with considerable morbidity and mortality, particularly in elderly and immunocompromised patients. Common causes of pneumonia include Streptococcus pneumoniae and respiratory viruses.1 A growing body of literature demonstrates the superiority of thoracic ultrasound over plain radiography in the identification of pneumonia. Classic ultrasound findings of pneumonia include air or fluid bronchograms, focal B-lines, pleural effusions, and sub-pleural consolidations.2 These unique findings were recognized ...
There are diffuse alveolar infiltrates within the left cranial lung lobe with air bronchograms. An endotracheal tube is present within the trachea and terminates at the area of the thoracic inlet. There is a rounded metal opacity within the stomach that is in close association with additional irregular metal opacity. The intrathoracic esophagus is severely gas distended ...
We present an analysis of 400 intralobar and 133 extralobar sequestrations, six cases presenting intra- and extralobar sequestration simultaneously, five sequestrations of one whole lung, and two bilateral intralobar sequestrations.. This anomaly comprises 0·15-6·4% of all congenital pulmonary malformations. Usually the posterior basal segment is affected.. The aberrant artery in intralobar sequestration originated in 74% of all cases from the thoracic aorta, and in 14·8% there was more than one anomalous artery. The mean diameter of the aberrant arteries was 6·3-6·6 mm. Usually arteries with predominantly elastic fibres were found. Arteriosclerotic changes were common, even in children.. The venous return of the intralobar sequestration is, in 95·7% of all cases, via the pulmonary veins.. In 13·7% of all cases other congenital malformations were observed. Symptoms arose within the first decade of life in 37·2%. Bronchography and retrograde arteriography are the mainstay of diagnosis. ...
Airway wall thickening with bilateral pleural plaques seen in the lateral aspects of both lung fields on AP view. No interstitial disease is noted.
At each division point or generation, one airway branches into two or more smaller airways. The human respiratory tree may consist on average of 23 generations, while the respiratory tree of the mouse has up to 13 generations. Proximal divisions (those closest to the top of the tree, such as the bronchi) mainly function to transmit air to the lower airways. Later divisions including the respiratory bronchiole, alveolar ducts and alveoli, are specialized for gas exchange. The trachea is the largest tube in the respiratory tract and consists of tracheal rings of hyaline cartilage. It branches off into two bronchial tubes, a left and a right main bronchus. The bronchi branch off into smaller sections inside the lungs, called bronchioles. These bronchioles give rise to the air sacs in the lungs called the alveoli.[8] The lungs are the largest organs in the lower respiratory tract. The lungs are suspended within the pleural cavity of the thorax. The pleurae are two thin membranes, one cell layer ...
What are the symptoms of COPD? The two main symptoms are cough and breathlessness. COPD sufferers commonly complain about breathlessness and cough that develop gradually over a long period of time. The cough that COPD sufferer gets are usually productive which means they commonly cough up phlegm. The cough usually comes and goes initially but tends to become persistent as time passes. Breathlessness is usually intermittent and only occurs with exertion in the beginning, however if you continue to smoke, the breathlessness persists even when you are at rest, this can be quite distressing! Other symptoms are chronic sputum production, where you constantly cough up phlegm all day and recurrent chest infection. People with COPD are more prone to chest infection for obvious reasons, as the lining in the lung looses its normal defense mechanism against intruding bugs ...
What are the symptoms of COPD? The two main symptoms are cough and breathlessness. COPD sufferers commonly complain about breathlessness and cough that develop gradually over a long period of time. The cough that COPD sufferer gets are usually productive which means they commonly cough up phlegm. The cough usually comes and goes initially but tends to become persistent as time passes. Breathlessness is usually intermittent and only occurs with exertion in the beginning, however if you continue to smoke, the breathlessness persists even when you are at rest, this can be quite distressing! Other symptoms are chronic sputum production, where you constantly cough up phlegm all day and recurrent chest infection. People with COPD are more prone to chest infection for obvious reasons, as the lining in the lung looses its normal defense mechanism against intruding bugs ...
An increased frequency of bacterial pneumonia occurs in HIV-infected individuals: however the development of bronchiectasis is not well recognized. We describe seven patients with HIV infection who developed chronic symptomatic lung disease, six with troublesome recurrent infective exacerbations. Bronchiectasis was demonstrated by computed tomography in five patients, and bronchial wall thickening was shown in a further two patients. The characteristics of the patients are described, and possible aetiological factors are discussed. As measures become available which prolong the later stages of HIV disease, bronchiectasis may become an increasing problem in this patient population. Early recognition and appropriate management may significantly alter morbidity in advanced HIV disease.
An increased frequency of bacterial pneumonia occurs in HIV-infected individuals: however the development of bronchiectasis is not well recognized. We describe seven patients with HIV infection who developed chronic symptomatic lung disease, six with troublesome recurrent infective exacerbations. Bronchiectasis was demonstrated by computed tomography in five patients, and bronchial wall thickening was shown in a further two patients. The characteristics of the patients are described, and possible aetiological factors are discussed. As measures become available which prolong the later stages of HIV disease, bronchiectasis may become an increasing problem in this patient population. Early recognition and appropriate management may significantly alter morbidity in advanced HIV disease.
This unique CT bronchial tree model with larynx was created on the basis of computer tomography data of a human (male, approx. 40 years). What is special about this procedure is that the natural spatial 3D-relations and the reciprocal location of the segmental bronchi can be preserved and demonstrated in a realistic way. The result is a life-like CT bronchial tree and larynx. This model is a unique way to study the anatomy of the human lungs. ...
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Repetitive imaging is required in cystic fibrosis (CF) lung disease in order to provide detailed information on regional distribution for severity assessment and therapy monitoring in clinical routine as well as interventional trials. CT has long overtaken the use of chest radiography because it provides higher morphological detail with respect to airway and parenchymal changes. This is closely linked to an increase in radiation exposure in CF individuals, who are referred for imaging procedures from a critically susceptible young age and may accumulate relevant doses during their lifetime. MRI, as an ionising radiation-free cross-sectional imaging modality, has taken the first step into the clinical arena in CF. MRI can depict the morphological hallmarks of CF lung disease such as bronchial wall thickening, bronchiectasis, mucus plugging, small airways disease and infiltrates at lower spatial resolution compared to CT but excels due to enhanced tissue characterisation and comprehensive ...
Összefoglaló. Bevezetés: Korábbi vizsgálatunk szerint a kis dózisú komputertomográfiával évente végzett tüdőrákszűrés 50-74 éves dohányzók körében költséghatékony, és az 55-74 évesek körében költségmegtakarító. Célkitűzés: Ennek a vizsgálatnak a célja a korábbi hosszú távú költséghatékonysági elemzés kiegészítése egy finanszírozó szempontú, rövid és középtávú költségvetési hatásvizsgálattal. Módszer: Egészség-gazdaságtani modellünk az 50-74 éves, naponta dohányzó lakosság tüdőrákszűrésének költségét hasonlítja össze a szervezett szűrésben nem részesülő, naponta dohányzó lakosság költségével. Ehhez megvizsgáljuk a célpopuláció létszámának alakulását, az eredményes elérés és felfedezés valószínűségét, továbbá a szűrés nyomán felmerülő terápiás költségeket és megtakarításokat. A szűrés és a kivizsgálások után diagnosztizált betegek útját az érvényben lévő hazai ...
Bronchi, Bronchial Tree, amp Lungs Bronchi and Bronchial Tree. In the mediastinum, at the level of the fifth thoracic vertebra, the trachea divides into the right and
Right main bronchus is wider and deviates less from the axis of the trachea (the left main bronchus has a tighter turn over the heart), which is why foreign bodies will tend to the right ...
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In CF, quantitative measurements of airways on CT scans show an increased ratio between airway LA and AA and progressive airway wall thickening. Scoring systems show progression of bronchiectasis but unchanged AWT. PFTs remained stable.
Darlene the dog (as shes called on the antibiotic prescription filled at Publix) had her dental Tuesday. The vet gave her a small sample of Hills t/d food. She and Bella gobbled down the 4 large pieces of kibble in record time. It supposedly drastically reduces tartar and plaque on their teeth. After paying the $292 for the dental (got a 10% February dental month discount plus had already paid for bloodwork in December, so didnt have to pay that), Im wondering if it would be worth
The anterior bronchus sign refers to the appearance of the anterior segmental bronchus of the upper lobes as seen on a frontal chest radiograph. Gross anatomy The anterior segment bronchus of the upper lobes courses anteriorly and laterally. Wh...
There is enormous physiological growth during infancy and childhood. Substantial differences were noted in the nose-throat morphology among the 5 subjects of different ages. These differences manifest themselves not only in airway dimension but also in airway morphology. For example, the nasal-laryngeal airway volumes of the 10-day-old, 7-month-old, 3-year-old, and 5-year-old were 6.4%, 18.8%, 24.2%, and 40.3% that of the 53-year-old, respectively. The 4 young subjects have smaller nostrils, a shorter turbinate region, and a narrower nasopharynx. The results of this study suggest that the nasal valve and vestibule region mature between the ages 3 and 5. This is supported by the much shorter nostril-valve distance and much smaller cross-sectional area of the nasal valve in the 2 infants, compared to the 2 older children, as well as the proximity of the these 2 parameters between the adult and the 2 older children (see Fig. 3A). Specifically, the nostril-valve distances are 8.0-11.2 mm for the 2 ...
The right lung accessory lobe lobar bronchus is the major airway within the right lung accessory lobe that starts at the division of the bronchus on the right side and ends at the point of its own subdivision into tertiary or segmental bronchi [ LG ...
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2008 Singh GD, Abramson M. Response to comments on Effect of an intra-oral nasal dilation appliance on 3-D nasal airway morphology in adults. Sleep Breath. 2008 12(2): 183-4 ...
Lung cancer is most commonly found in the epithelial cells of the major and segmental bronchi, and much rarer in the small or peripheral bronchi. It covers a group of tumors that originate from various tissues in the lungs. Such a tumor grows slowly, often without symptoms, blurry. It quickly spreads to other organs, while the results and progress of treatment are very small. However, the main cause of lung cancer is smoking, but others include airpolution, exposure to asbestos, ionizing radiation, nickel, chrome and arsenic, as well as passive smoking. When treating lung cancer, he most important fact is find it on time, or timely diagnosis. Various methods, invasive and noninvasive, include anamnesis, physical examination of the patient. Laboratory treatment, tumor markers, cytological analysis, bronchoscopy and cytopathological analysis. In assessing how much the disease is spread and affected, X-ray of the heart and lungs, CT of thorax, abdomen and brain, as well as bone scintigraphy are ...
Branches of the pulmonary artery and vein have been removed to demonstrate the segmental bronchi (12, 13, 16, 19, 20, 22) of the lower lobe. The view is directed medially ...
Immune mediated diseases such as type diabetes T D multiple sclerosis rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosis are reaching epidemic proportions in the US T D affects an estimated million Americans with more than new patients diagnosed annually resulting in roughly $ B in health care costs in the US each year T D is an autoimmune disease characterized by effector .... ...
Aricept - Aricept improves the function of nerve cells in the brain and is used for treating dementia in patients with Alzheimer disease. It can improve thinking ability and provides relief from other symptoms of the disease such as impairment of memory and judgment, and changes in personality.
Keď som sa pred piatimi rokmi v 12. týždni tehotenstva spýtala na ultrazvukovom vyšetrení gynekologičky, či to bude chlapec, alebo dievča, pozrela sa na mňa akoby som bola z inej planéty. Vraj je to v tomto štádiu gravidity celkom nevhodná otázka, lebo vraj by musela mať zázračnú guľu. Skvelá správa pre budúce mamičky je, že toto je už minulosť.. ...
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Tagad s ksim izskat t sdienas darba k rt bu t d sec b , k d esam to apstiprin ju i. Pirmais jaut jums - par balsu skait anas komisiju. Jums ir projekts, kuru ir iesniegu as abas frakcijas. Jums zin anai: m su kol is Indulis Ozols ir atteicies no priek s d t ja pien kumu pild anas, kaut gan demision jusi ir visa komisija. K komisijas loceklis Indulis Ozols ir piekritis akt vi darboties, bet no komisijas priek s d t ja pien kumiem vi , izvirzot objekt vus iemeslus, ir atteicies. M s varam tikai sirsn gi pateikties par to prec zo darbu, ko vi ir veicis, organiz jot komisijas darbu m su iepriek j s sesijas laik , bet tagad komisijai ac mredzot b s pa ai j lemj par priek s d t ju. Ja jums jaut jumu un iebil u nav, tad m s frakciju izvirz to komisijas sast vu var tu apstiprin t, pie emot Augst k s padomes l mumu izveidot otr s sesijas balsu skait anas komisiju t d sast v , k ds pied v ts projekt . Vai varam balsot? Bet pirms tam b tu j re istr jas. L dzu re istr cijas re mu! L dzu rezult tu! 140. L ...
The VolkswagenStiftung will support Prof. Dr. William F. Martin in the next five years under the initiative Life - A fresh scientific approach to the basic principles of life.. This project is in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Martin Lercher (HHU Düsseldorf) and Prof. Dr. Eörs Sathmáry (Parmenides Institute Munich).. Project title: A unified model of recombination in life. ...
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Asthma occurs when the airways in your lungs (bronchial tubes) become inflamed and constricted. The muscles of the bronchial walls tighten, and your airway
... (INN, trade name Dionosil) is a molecule used as a contrast medium in bronchography. It was developed by a team at ... Pfeifer W, Seidel K (February 1958). "[Experiences with propyliodone bronchography]". Medizinische Klinik (in German). 53 (8): ...
Tracheography/Bronchography is no longer a preferred diagnostic method. Bronchography provides an accurate measurement of the ...
The respiratory tract: lung cancer, transbronchoscopy lung biopsy, selective bronchography, etc. The urinary tract: cystitis, ...
He developed a novel bronchography technique and made innovations in tomography procedures. His researches also covered several ...
CT scan, bronchoscopy, bronchography and Magnetic resonance imaging also contributes to the observation of patients' lung ...
He gave one of the earliest accounts of chest X-ray and contrast, that is bronchography and lipiodol. On Sunday 23 September ...
... bronchography MeSH E01.370.350.700.730.500 - mass chest x-ray MeSH E01.370.350.700.810 - tomography, x-ray MeSH E01.370.350.700 ... bronchography MeSH E01.370.386.105 - bronchoscopy MeSH E01.370.386.460 - laryngoscopy MeSH E01.370.386.500 - mass chest x-ray ...
... is a radiological technique, which involves x-raying the respiratory tree after coating the airways with contrast ... Bronchography is rarely performed, as it has been made obsolete with improvements in computed tomography and bronchoscopy. ...
Scintillography is mainly used in scintillation cameras in experimental physics. For example, huge neutrino detection underground tanks filled with tetrachloroethylene are surrounded by arrays of photo detectors in order to capture the extremely rare event of a collision between the fluid's atoms and a neutrino. Another extensive use of scintillography is in medical imaging techniques which use gamma ray detectors called gamma cameras. Detectors coated with materials which scintillate when subjected to gamma rays are scanned with optical photon detectors and scintillation counters. The subjects are injected with special radionuclides which irradiate in the gamma range inside the region of interest, such as the heart or the brain. A special type of gamma camera is the SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography). Another medical scintillography technique, the Positron-emission tomography (PET), which uses the scintillations provoked by electron-positron annihilation phenomena. ...
Bronchography. *CT pulmonary angiogram. *High-resolution computed tomography. *Spiral CT. *Ventilation/perfusion scan ...
Bronchography is a radiological technique, which involves x-raying the respiratory tree after coating the airways with contrast ... Bronchography is rarely performed, as it has been made obsolete with improvements in computed tomography and bronchoscopy. ...
Bronchography. Bronchography, although once common, is now used rarely, having been replaced by HRCT scanning. [3] ... CT scanning (see the image below), particularly high-resolution CT (HRCT) scanning of the chest, has replaced bronchography as ... Young K, Aspestrand F, Kolbenstvedt A. High resolution CT and bronchography in the assessment of bronchiectasis. Acta Radiol. ... Bronchography is performed by instilling contrast material via a catheter or a bronchoscope and performing plain radiographic ...
Bronchography. Bronchography is seldom indicated any longer because computed tomography (CT) scanning can demonstrate most (but ... Bronchography is useful if a bronchial anomaly is suspected. These anomalies are rare but include bronchial agenesis, which ...
S-Carboxymethylcysteine (S-CMC) in bronchography technique. The Indian Journal of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences. 1981 Apr- ...
Diagnostic Bronchography. 1-2 mL of 20% solution or 2-4 mL of 10% solution administered 2-3 times by nebulization or by ...
Bronchography * Cartilage Diseases / diagnostic imaging* * Cartilage Diseases / etiology * Female * Humans * Inhalation / ...
Bronchography may be useful in the definition of bronchial stenosis or bronchiectasis. Fluoroscopy should be reserved for the ...
Diagnostic bronchography. *Acetaminophen overdose. Off-label. *Prevention of contrast agent-associated nephrotoxicity ...
Bronchography demonstrates bronchiectasis, but it is associated with complications and generally not necessary since CT ... Bronchography is not recommended for children because of the need for general anesthesia. ...
CT scan, bronchoscopy, bronchography and Magnetic resonance imaging also contributes to the observation of patients lung ...
1992) HRCT and bronchography in the assessment of bronchiectasis. Acta Radiol 32:439-441, . ...
In addition to chest x-rays, other radiographic measures, such as tomography and bronchography were often useful in evaluating ...
Bronchography. Bronchography, although once common, is now used rarely, having been replaced by HRCT scanning. [3] ... CT scanning (see the image below), particularly high-resolution CT (HRCT) scanning of the chest, has replaced bronchography as ... Young K, Aspestrand F, Kolbenstvedt A. High resolution CT and bronchography in the assessment of bronchiectasis. Acta Radiol. ... Bronchography is performed by instilling contrast material via a catheter or a bronchoscope and performing plain radiographic ...
Bronchography. Bronchography, although once common, is now used rarely, having been replaced by HRCT scanning. [3] ... CT scanning (see the image below), particularly high-resolution CT (HRCT) scanning of the chest, has replaced bronchography as ... Young K, Aspestrand F, Kolbenstvedt A. High resolution CT and bronchography in the assessment of bronchiectasis. Acta Radiol. ... Bronchography is performed by instilling contrast material via a catheter or a bronchoscope and performing plain radiographic ...
In addition to chest x-rays, other radiographic measures, such as tomography and bronchography were often useful in evaluating ...
Facility of angiography, bronchography, enterography and colonography etc. will be possible with the new set up. ...
Endotracheal bronchography (procedure). Code System Preferred Concept Name. Endotracheal bronchography (procedure). Concept ...
Contrast bronchography under local anesthesia is recommended for possible tumor neoplasms.. When respiratory causes of cough ...
Scintillography is mainly used in scintillation cameras in experimental physics. For example, huge neutrino detection underground tanks filled with tetrachloroethylene are surrounded by arrays of photo detectors in order to capture the extremely rare event of a collision between the fluids atoms and a neutrino. Another extensive use of scintillography is in medical imaging techniques which use gamma ray detectors called gamma cameras. Detectors coated with materials which scintillate when subjected to gamma rays are scanned with optical photon detectors and scintillation counters. The subjects are injected with special radionuclides which irradiate in the gamma range inside the region of interest, such as the heart or the brain. A special type of gamma camera is the SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography). Another medical scintillography technique, the Positron-emission tomography (PET), which uses the scintillations provoked by electron-positron annihilation phenomena. ...
Three-dimensional computed tomography angiography and bronchography images. a Front view. b Rear view. Reconstructed images of ... pattern of the right middle and lower lobes of the lung using three-dimensional CT angiography and bronchography. Gen Thorac ...
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Bronchography. *CT pulmonary angiogram. *High-resolution computed tomography. *Spiral CT. *Ventilation/perfusion scan ...
Diagnostics - radiological (bronchography). Williams-Cambell syndrome is characterized by a deficiency of cartilage rings in ... The diagnosis is made using tomoy bronchography. The function of external respiration is characterized by the obstructive type ...
Three-dimensional CT, such as virtual colonography and bronchography, is useful for planning the approach before surgery or ...
Bronchogram: dilated but collapsible 2nd-3rd generation bronchi (with abnormal cartilage) by bronchography ...
9. Zhang M, Liu D, Wu W, Zhang H, Mao N. Preoperative 3D-CT bronchography and angiography facilitates single-direction ... pattern of the right middle and lower lobes of the lung using three-dimensional CT angiography and bronchography. General ...
Reeder and Felsons Gamuts in Radiology, first published in 1975, provided comprehensive lists of radiological differential diagnoses, or gamuts, and was a bestseller for many years. The current publisher is Springer. The first edition was edite...
  • Facility of angiography, bronchography, enterography and colonography etc. will be possible with the new set up. (hillpost.in)
  • Three-dimensional computed tomography angiography and bronchography images. (springeropen.com)
  • Three-dimensional CT, such as virtual colonography and bronchography, is useful for planning the approach before surgery or endoscopic study. (tokushima-u.ac.jp)
  • Bronchography is a radiological technique, which involves x-raying the respiratory tree after coating the airways with contrast. (wikipedia.org)
  • IMSEAR at SEARO: S-Carboxymethylcysteine (S-CMC) in bronchography technique. (who.int)
  • Powder from a cough can be prescribed before diagnostic manipulation: bronchoscopy, bronchography. (farmacy-houses.com)
  • Selection criteria: We included randomised controlled trials (RCTs) of at least four weeks' duration that compared macrolide antibiotics with placebo or no intervention for the long-term management of stable bronchiectasis in adults or children with a diagnosis of bronchiectasis by bronchography, plain film chest radiograph, or high-resolution computed tomography. (edgehill.ac.uk)