• lung
  • Congenital cytomegalovirus infection associated with development of neonatal emphysematous lung disease -- Staunton et al. (bmj.com)
  • This is the first reported case of congenital CMV infection causing emphysematous lung disease to develop in the neonatal period. (bmj.com)
  • In addition to a perinatal emphysematous lung phenotype, l7Rn6 4234SB Clara cells demonstrated decreased cytoplasmic CCSP and SP-B protein levels, significant enlargement and disorganization of the Golgi complex, as well as aberrant vesicular structures. (genetics.org)
  • When one or more diseased portions of an emphysematous lung are made to deflate and collapse, other healthier portions of the lung have more room in the chest cavity to inhale and exhale, pressure is removed from the diaphragm, and even the heart may function better as the hyper-inflated lung becomes smaller. (wikipedia.org)
  • There he met Dr. Robert Nimbs, then the chief of pulmonary medicine, who later said about Stough: The standard teaching was that air trapped in the emphysematous lung was trapped and could not be exhaled. (wikipedia.org)
  • cholangitis
  • ERCP, biliary enteric anastomosis) Incompetent sphincter of Oddi (e.g. passage of large gallstone, scarring related to chronic pancreatitis) Spontaneous biliary enteric fistula (e.g. gallstone ileus) Infection by gas-forming organisms, (e.g. emphysematous cholangitis) Congenital abnormalities Other rare causes that have been reported include duodenal diverticulum, paraduodenal abscess, operative trauma, and carcinoma of the duodenum, stomach and bile duct. (wikipedia.org)