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103 Possible Causes for Inferior, bronchus, lingular, subsegmental

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  • Atelectasis

    A positive correlation was determined between the increase in sulcus depth and maxillary sinus volume and inferior orbital bone curve (p CONCLUSION: In CMA patients suspected[] Abstract Pulmonary atelectasis may be caused by endobronchial lesions or by extrinsic compression of the bronchus.[] RESULTS: Atelectasis of the lingular segment was seen in nine (15.0%) patients. Preoperative CTR predicted atelectasis of the lingular segment (p   0.004).[] […] in the most dependent portions of the lungs due to the weight of the lungs Atelectasis can also be sub-categorized by morphology as follows: linear (plate, band, discoid, subsegmental[]

  • Mucoid Impaction of the Bronchus

    Figure 6: Pediatric bronchoscope showing the inferior segment of the lingula where a blind pouch was identified at the site of an atretic airway.[] Abstract Glycosaminoglycans were isolated from mucus of patients with chronic bronchitis and mucoid impaction of the bronchus, whose contents were approximately 56 mumoles[] We believe that (1) progressive MIB at a subsegmental level is the major cause of bronchiectasis in CF and (2) secondary collateral ventilation may be the major cause of obstructive[] […] impaction may occur without ABPA Most often in upper lobes Tubular branching pattern of mucoid impaction produces a "finger-in-glove" appearance Mostly involves segmental and subsegmental[]

  • Lingular Pneumonia

    […] the scan plane on single-detector CT scanners, the current use of MDCT with 0. 7[degrees]C) and cough Chest radiograph or CT GGO in left lingular findings lobe and left inferior[] A bronchoscopy revealed an obstruction of the left upper lobe bronchus by a vascularized polypoid tumor.[] […] pneumonia tests lingular pneumonia lingular pneumonia such disease with lingular pneumonia illness Health you less WebMD half people the people symptoms worsening are of[] So, subsegmental atelectasis means that portions of lung segments of the lingula are incompletely aerated.[]

  • Bronchial Compression

    The trachea is supplied mainly by the inferior thyroid arteries.[] […] of the right main bronchus or bronchus intermedius opposite to the origin of the right upper lobe bronchus.[] Location It is typically at the segmental or subsegmental level.[] Platelike atelectasis Also called discoid or subsegmental atelectasis, this type is seen most commonly on chest radiographs.[]

  • Bronchopleural Fistula

    A subsequent transoesophageal echocardiogram demonstrated absence of flow in the right inferior pulmonary vein without evidence of a thrombotic occlusion.[] bronchus of the left lower lobe in one, and in the right intermediate bronchus in one.[] Among them, 14 NSCLC patients underwent a bronchial sleeve resection: nine patients underwent a right upper lobe resection, two patients underwent a left lingular division[] There was surrounding subsegmental regional consolidation with a mild contralateral mediastinal shift.[]

  • Bronchial Obstruction

    The internal mammary venous system plus tributaries and secondary communications to the superior and inferior epigastric veins.[] Abstract Post resectional kinking of the lower lobe bronchus caused obstructive symptoms in 2 patients following upper lobectomy.[] Bronchofiberscopy showed the superior division bronchial obstruction and narrowing of the lingular-bronchus.[] Axial Computed tomography (CT) angiogram of the chest also revealed multiple segmental and subsegmental pulmonary emboli and the patient was admitted for anticoagulation with[]

  • Obstructive Atelectasis

    (さ)声 hydrostatic pressure静水圧 hyperbaric高圧の hyperpnea過呼吸 hypersensitivity pneumonitis過敏性肺[臓]炎 hyperthermia温熱療法 hyperventilation過換気 hyposensitization脱感作 i idiopathic特発[性]の inferior[] The rate at which atelectasis progresses depends on whether there is obstruction of a lobar or segmental bronchus. Lobar obstruction manifests as lobar atelectasis.[] Obstructions distal to the subsegmental bronchi are however not easily visualized by this procedure.[] […] collapses when air is absorbed obstructed bronchus collapses when air is absorbed Obstructive Atelectasis: Part of lung collapses as ____________________ Reduced volume of[]

  • Accessory Lobe of Lung

    At these point 3 fissures - oblique, horizontal and inferior accessory met together. Length of inferior accessory fissure is 9cms.[] […] malformations of bronchus Q33 Congenital malformations of lung Q33.0 Congenital cystic lung Q33.1 Accessory lobe of lung Q33.2 Sequestration of lung Q33.3 Agenesis of lung[] B 4 & B5 Lingular Segments PA :hilum to 4th rib, lower part of oblique fissure.[] These fissures do not always separate segments but may enter subsegmental or interbronchial planes.[]

  • Pulmonary Arteriography

    The distribution of DVT was assessed based on the frequency rate of thrombosis in a particular anatomical region (inferior vena cava, pelvic, femoral and popliteal).[] Varices were observed in the distal trachea and start of the right main bronchus on fiber optic bronchoscopy.[] […] pulmonary trunk, right pulmonary artery, left pulmonary artery, right upper lobe artery, right middle lobe artery, right lower lobe artery, left upper lobe artery, left lingular[] Four (6%) of 62 patients had isolated subsegmental PE. The sensitivity of dual-section helical CT was 90%, and the specificity was 94%.[]

  • Pulmonary Consolidation

    B : Abnormal chest X-ray with consolidation from pneumonia in the right lung, middle or inferior lobe (white area, left side of image).[] , and the ratio between the length of the involved bronchus and that of the lesion were evaluated.In total, there were 172 segmental and subsegmental bronchi involved.[] Lingular consolidation It looks like RML consolidation, but on the left side. Density in the projection of the left lower lung field.[] Bronchopneumonia can also be secondary (complication of some other disease): • Viral infection (influenza, measles) • Aspiration of food or vomiting • Obstruction of bronchus[]