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*  Gastric volvulus - Wikipedia
On chest radiography, a retrocardiac, gas-filled viscus may be seen in cases of intrathoracic stomach, which confirms the ... Often performed for an evaluation of acute abdominal pain, a computed tomography (CT) scan can offer immediate diagnosis by ... The rotation is usually incomplete and occurs intermittently. Vascular compromise is uncommon. This cause comprises ... Plain abdominal radiography reveals a massively distended viscus in the upper abdomen. In organoaxial volvulus, plain films may ...
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*  Extravascular Lung Water and Acute Lung Injury
... chest radiography, and lung ultrasonography in acute respiratory distress syndrome," Anesthesiology, vol. 100, no. 1, pp. 9-15 ... The intrathoracic blood volume = . The extravascular lung water (EVLW) is equal to the ITTV less the ITBV. ... This occurs most commonly from an increased pulmonary capillary hydrostatic pressure or an increased capillary permeability. ... measures the downstream change in temperature in the abdominal aorta. The investigators Sakka et al. were able to quantify the ...
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*  Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Imaging: Overview, Radiography, Computed Tomography
... ultrasonographic diagnosis of fetal congenital diaphragmatic hernia lies on the visualization of abdominal organs in the chest ... This hernia occurs in the anterior midline through the sternocostal hiatus of the diaphragm, with 90% of cases occurring on the ... In other cases, the condition may be diagnosed by noting abnormal intrathoracic positioning of a nasogastric tube. [9] ... Gastric volvulus can occur in early infancy as a complication of congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and it usually produces acute ...
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*  Burkitt Lymphoma and Burkitt-like Lymphoma: Practice Essentials, Background, Etiology and Pathophysiology
Bone scanning and plain bone radiography: When bone symptoms are present * Chest, abdominal and pelvic CT scanning with ... Hyper-CVAD program in Burkitt's-type adult acute lymphoblastic leukemia. J Clin Oncol. 1999 Aug. 17(8):2461-70. [Medline]. ... Immunodeficiency-associated Burkitt lymphoma occurs most commonly in patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection ... All primary intrathoracic tumors * All paraspinal or epidural tumors * Extensive intra-abdominal disease ...
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*  Approach to the Child with Chest Pain - Journal of Urgent Care Medicine
While a spontaneous pneumothorax can occur at rest, more often it occurs after a brief increase in intrathoracic pressure with ... Causes and outcomes of acute chest syndrome in sickle cell disease: National acute chest syndrome study group. New Engl J Med. ... 4 The diagnosis is made by the presence of a new infiltrate on chest radiography, plus one of the following: fever, tachypnea, ... abdominal pain, and lethargy. ECG may show a wide range of abnormalities, including ST wave abnormalities, low voltages, and QT ...
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*  Diaphragmatic Hernias Treatment & Management: Approach Considerations, Medical Therapy, Surgical Therapy
... the 19-year-old patient presented with acute respiratory d... ... If abdominal closure may interfere with chest wall or ... alternative therapies if the extent of pulmonary hypoplasia is not considered to be lethal and when acute deterioration occurs ... In the outpatient clinic, chest radiography, pulmonary function tests, nutritional and developmental assessments, and repeated ... The patient with a right-side defect and an intrathoracic liver presents unique problems to the surgeon. The neonatal liver is ...
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*  Boerhaave syndrome - Wikipedia
The diagnosis of Boerhaave's syndrome is suggested on the plain chest radiography and confirmed by chest CT scan. The initial ... of esophageal rupture is one of severe retching and vomiting followed by excruciating retrosternal chest and upper abdominal ... Wong, Kenneth; Roy, Gerard (2006). "Oesophageal rupture arising as a complication of acute appendicitis in a child". The ... the tear occurs at the left postero-lateral aspect of the distal esophagus and extends for several centimeters. The condition ...
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*  Diagnosis of Heart Failure by History and Physical Examination - The Clinical Advisor
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*  CT imaging of blunt chest trauma | SpringerLink
Diaphragmatic injury occurs in 0.16% to 5% of blunt trauma cases, and it is more common in abdominal than in chest trauma. It ... The superiority of CT over chest radiography in diagnosing chest trauma is well documented. Moreover, with the advent of MDCT ... 22). Flail chest is a marker of significant intrathoracic injury with increased morbidity, in which three or more contiguous ... Mirvis SE (2005) Imaging of acute thoracic injury: the advent of MDCT screening. Semin Ultrasound CT MR 26:305-331CrossRef ...
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*  https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/treatment/side-effects/cardiopulmonary-hp-pdq
Expert-reviewed information summary about common conditions that produce chest symptoms. The cardiopulmonary syndromes ... About 175 cc of pleural fluid will cause a blunted costophrenic angle discernible on chest radiography. A chest computerized ... Dyspnea occurs in 93% of patients with pericardial effusions.[6] Cough, chest pain, and orthopnea (discomfort with breathing ... Ang P, Tan EH, Leong SS, et al.: Primary intrathoracic malignant effusion: a descriptive study. Chest 120 (1): 50-4, 2001. [ ...
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*  Adult Hodgkin Lymphoma Treatment (PDQ )
Treatment is usually delivered to the neck, chest, and axilla (mantle field) and then to an abdominal field to treat para- ... Picardi M, Pugliese N, Cirillo M, et al.: Advanced-stage Hodgkin lymphoma: US/chest radiography for detection of relapse in ... The risk of acute leukemia at 10 years following therapy with ABVD appears to be less than 1%. [9] A population-based study of ... Bone marrow involvement occurs in 5% of patients; biopsy may be indicated in the presence of constitutional B symptoms or ...
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*  Cardiopulmonary Syndromes (PDQ®): Supportive care - Health Professional Information [NCI] - North Kansas City Hospital, Kansas...
About 175 cc of pleural fluid will cause a blunted costophrenic angle discernible on chest radiography. A chest computerized ... Dyspnea occurs in 93% of patients with pericardial effusions.[6] Cough, chest pain, and orthopnea (discomfort with breathing ... Ang P, Tan EH, Leong SS, et al.: Primary intrathoracic malignant effusion: a descriptive study. Chest 120 (1): 50-4, 2001. ... Gross ascites: Abdominal paracentesis to relieve the diaphragmatic splinting.. *Cardiac failure: Diuretics and other drugs as ...
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*  Thoracic Surgery, Pulmonary Physiology, Obesity, and Hemoglobin Flashcards by Tulip 549 | Brainscape
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*  Critical Care of the Trauma Patient, Post-injury Critical care - The Clinical Advisor
In general these are already identified on plain radiography or CT scanning undertaken prior to or shortly after ICU admission ... White blood cell mobilization as well as demargination occurs as injury is often accompanied by a non-self protein challenge. ... Third, injured patients requiring critical care are at risk for the abdominal compartment syndrome as a result of resuscitation ... Waydhas, C, Sauerland, S. "Pre-hospital pleural decompression and chest tube placement after blunt trauma: A systematic review ...
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*  Cardiology Flashcards by Hanna Algattas | Brainscape
Occurs at end of diastole when atrial contraction occurs and sound is blood hitting stiff ventricular wall ... A patient comes in with chronic chest pain that is exertional and associated with jaw pain. EKG and troponins don't establish ... Inhalation decreases intrathoracic pressure which increases venous return and thus more blood on right side ... The majority of patients with acute pulmonary edema (which should be taken to ICU) will respond to: preload reduction or ...
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*  Mycobacterium tuberculosis | Pediatric Opportunistic Infection | AIDSinfo
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*  Lung Cancer | Lung Cancer | Metastasis
Chest pain which occurs in more than 25% of patients, may be dull in nature, but chest pain that is severe and persists may be ... Radiography A standard posteroanterior and lateral chest radiograph, though inexpensive and easy to perform, has limited value ... Intrathoracic Spread  Dysphagia may occur secondary to esophageal compression. coughing associated with swallowing or the ... Liver metastases can produce right upper quadrant abdominal pain, as well as nonspecific symptoms of fatigue and weight loss ...
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*  Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) | eNetMD
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*  Cardiovascular Flashcards by Angelica Real | Brainscape
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*  Imaging in Thoracic Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: Overview, Radiography, Computed Tomography
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*  Chest Trauma: An Overview | MedCrave
Plain radiography and CT are almost always diagnostic, especially when content intrathoracic abdominal viscera. Surgical ... Flail chest: The flail chest is an uncommon lesion that usually occurs with a high speed vehicular accident. It is commonly ... J Trauma Acute Care Surg 76(2): 462-468.. *Pettiford BL, Luketich JD, Landreneau RJ (2007) The management of flail chest. ... 2015) Prevalence and clinical import of thoracic injury identified by chest computed tomography but not chest radiography in ...
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