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144 Possible Causes for Lateral, bronchus, subsegmental

  • Inferior Vena Cava Filter

    The strut was presumed to have embolised to a pulmonary artery branch and eroded into an adjacent bronchus.[] She later underwent retrieval of the entire filter. Copyright 2016 The Society of Thoracic Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.[] The rate of PE was 3% (n 6), with 5 patients having a small subsegmental PE and 1 having a lobar PE. New or worsening DVT was noted in 26 patients (13%).[]

  • Bronchitis

    Bronchoscopy and computed tomography of the lung with three-dimensional reconstruction revealed a rare bronchial branching anomaly - the so called "bridging bronchus".[] Six "future PLE/PB" patients developed those complications later on and were identified on follow-up.[] Here we report a case of a woman with postinfectious bronchiectasis who developed membranous occlusion of multiple subsegmental bronchi, resulting in progressive airflow obstruction[]

  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    Contrary to the first impression, the biopsy of the bronchus revealed the mass lesion to be an actinomycotic infection involving the bronchus.[] The donor, a 50-year-old non-smoker, died of squamous cell bronchogenic carcinoma 1 year later.[] The obstruction of the subsegmental pulmonary artery due to tumor invasion was considered the cause of pulmonary infarction.[]

  • Atelectasis

    Abstract Pulmonary atelectasis may be caused by endobronchial lesions or by extrinsic compression of the bronchus.[] The patient was weaned from mechanical ventilation on the same day and discharged from ICU three days later.[] […] chest pain; this is very common lobar atelectasis : collapse of one or more lobes of a lung. segmental atelectasis : collapse of one or more individual pulmonary segments subsegmental[]

  • Mediastinitis

    […] computed tomography scan of the chest with contrast (c/c), we observed a mediastinal nodal cast provoking cava compression and obliteration of main and intermediary right lobar bronchus[] G test was performed 3 days later, which showed (1,3)-β-D-glucan 1000 pg/ml.[] Bilateral subsegmental posterior consolidation and multiple patchy areas of ground-glass density scattered in both lungs suggestive of inflammatory changes.[]

  • Broncholithiasis

    Bronchoscopy demonstrated pedunculated granulation tissue in the left B8 bronchus obstructing the lumen.[] Chest computed tomography revealed bronchiectasis and broncholithiasis in the lateral segmental bronchus of the right middle lobe and the anterobasal segmental bronchus of[] […] bronchial obstruction Atelectasis (66%) Postobstructive pneumonia (33%) Bronchiectasis (33%) Air-trapping (5%) Location Right-sided left-sided (2:1) Anywhere from trachea to subsegmental[]

  • Foreign Body Aspiration

    Fiberoptic bronchoscopy was performed and the teeth were detected in the right main bronchus, in addition to tracheal bronchus.[] Lateral Neck and Decubitus X-Ray Interpretation [DDET Read comments] The lateral neck radiograph is within normal limits.[] The main advantage outlined is the possibility to reach distal airways (segmental, and subsegmental ones)(6,9).[]

  • Pulmonary Veno-Occlusive Disease

    BR indicates bronchus; PA, pulmonary artery; HE, hematoxylin and eosin stain; and EVG, elastica van Gieson stain.[] 6 months later.[] Lymphatic congestion was common and was often obvious in subsegmental and segmental lymph nodes.[]

  • Bronchopleural Fistula

    bronchus of the left lower lobe in one, and in the right intermediate bronchus in one.[] Four years later the patient presented with bronchopleural fistula with empyema. We had to proceed with right sided pneumonectomy and close up the fistula.[] There was surrounding subsegmental regional consolidation with a mild contralateral mediastinal shift.[]

  • Invasive Pulmonary Aspergillosis

    His initial chest X-ray showed broncho-bronchiolitis and thickening of the large bronchus, and he was subsequently diagnosed with pulmonary aspergillosis based on his sputum[] Abstract The study evaluated the newly formatted Aspergillus-specific lateral-flow-device (LFD), and compared its performance to the original prototype "old" LFD test using[] However, we suggest that extensive peribronchial consolidation with dilated segmental or subsegmental bronchi is not a common finding in active tuberculosis.[]