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3,198 Possible Causes for Coin, Lesion,, Pulmonary

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  • Linguatula Serrata

    Abstract A coin-shaped pulmonary lesion was accidentally detected in a 42-year-old, HIV-seropositive man residing in Bari (Apulia, Southern Italy) during a routine X-ray examination[] ", keywords "Coin lesion, HIV, Human, Linguatula serrata, Lung", author "Silvio Pampiglione and A. Gentile and P. Maggi and A. Scattone and F.[] Granulomatous lesions were formed by mononuclear cell infiltration and necrotic tissue. Some lymphocytes were apoptotic with chromatolysis.[]

  • Pulmonary Infarction

    Abstract We report a case of pulmonary infarction in a 50-year-old man who was referred for an asymptomatic coin lesion in the periphery of the right lower lobe.[] Abstract We compared 41 patients with angiographic proof of pulmonary embolism and clinical signs of pulmonary infarction (as evidenced by an infiltrate on x-ray study and[] A nodular opacity in the right lung that transformed into a cavitating lesion was documented by computerized axial tomography.[]

  • Pulmonary Histoplasmosis

    Chest X-ray films showed diffuse nodules (coin-like lesions) in the lungs in each case. Histoplasmosis was taken into consideration.[] Abstract We performed follow-up pulmonary function studies on three patients with acute pulmonary histoplasmosis over a period of several months, and found that the disease[] Oral lesions are not common, but when present, they are usually associated with the severe disseminated form of histoplasmosis.[]

  • Dirofilariasis

    Awareness of this benign entity is important in the differential diagnosis of pulmonary coin-lesions.[] Abstract Herein we describe a case of a 52 year-old male from Greece who presented with a coin lesion in the right lung, which proved to be an infection from Dirofilaria immitis[] Coin lesions are apparent on radiography, raising concern of malignancy.[]

  • Dirofilaria Immitis

    Abstract An asymptomatic patient with a pulmonary coin lesion surgically diagnosed with pulmonary dirofilariasis caused by infection with Dirofilaria immitis (D. immitis)[] Pulmonary dirofilariasis should be included in the differential diagnosis of peripheral noncalcified pulmonary nodules, especially in endemic areas.[] On roentgenogram the lesions were all about 2 cm in size, of uniform light opacity, and located near the pleural surface.[]

  • Pulmonary Arteriovenous Fistula

    Enhanced pulmonary CT showed a small coin lesion in the peripheral lingula. and at 3-D CT two nidi with feeding arteries and draining veins were seen, indicating pulmonary[] […] between pulmonary arteries and pulmonary veins.[] Usually symptoms depend on size of the lesion. Lesions smaller than 2 cm are often asymptomatic. The most common symptoms are dyspnea, palpitation and fatigue.[]

  • Appendicitis

    […] inflammation of the vermiform appendix caused a common intra-abdominal illness only in the late 1880s, when Reginald Fitz at Harvard carefully reviewed 257 autopsy cases and coined[] Abstract Pulmonary sequestration is a rare and usually asymptomatic congenital anomaly.[] LESSONS: Fecaliths should be considered in the differential diagnosis of submucosal occupying lesions of the cecum. Copyright 2017 The Authors.[]

  • Skin Infection

    Distinct medical terms have been coined to describe skin infections that compromise its individual components, and those terms may already imply if an infection is mild or[] This species can cause skin and soft tissue infections after trauma or surgical procedures, pulmonary infections and disseminated diseases in immunocompromised patients.[] […] between lesion area and pain.[]

  • Acromegaly

    Origin Late 19th century: coined in French from Greek akron ‘tip, extremity’ megas, megal- ‘great’. Pronunciation acromegaly /ˌakrə(ʊ)ˈmɛɡəli[] She did not complain of any pulmonary symptoms and was a non-smoker. Physical examination revealed clinical features of acromegaly.[] In patients with pancreatic cystic lesions, the mean patient age was higher and the duration of disease was longer than in those without pancreatic cystic lesions (67.0   []

  • Marginal Zone Lymphoma

    Abstract Patients with sarcoidosis have a high risk of development of malignant lymphoma, and this association was coined the term "sarcoidosis-lymphoma syndrome".[] In all cases there were single or multiple pulmonary nodules, in one case associated with cysts.[] This diagnosis should be considered when evaluating spinal cord lesions in patients with primary central nervous system (CNS) lymphoma, especially recurrent lesions, since[]