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9,447 Possible Causes for Left, artery, basal, bronchial, lateral, segmental

  • Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy

    […] wall-motion abnormalities involving apical and mid-portions of the left ventricle in the absence of significant obstructive coronary disease.[] 10.9 18.5   3.4 BI, body mass index; H/T, hypertension; SSS, sick sinus syndrome; H/L, hyperlipidaemia; PAF, paroxysmal atrial fibrillation; CI, cerebral infarction; BA, bronchial[] Patients with TLVABS were less likely to have concurrent ST-segment depression (6% vs 44%; P .003).[] […] risk factors for coronary artery disease.[] However, left ventriculography showed akinesis in the apical segments, together with hyperkinesis in the basal segments (a takotsubo shape).[] Repeated transthoracic echocardiography several weeks later showed normalization of left ventricular function.[]

  • Posterior Myocardial Infarction

    […] acute posterior myocardial infarction was facilitated because the fresh electrocardiographic changes of true posterior myocardial infarction abolished the old pattern of left[] Abstract A73-year-old man with a history of bronchial asthma and atrial fibrillation was admitted to our hospital because of dyspnea and back pain.[] Left ventriculography also showed akinesis of segments 2, 3 4 and 6, and reduced wall motion in segments 1, 5 and 7.[] Among the 23 patients with isolated inferior infarction, the more diseased artery was the right coronary artery in 21 and the circumflex artery in 2 (p less than 0.001 by[] Left anterior (left) and transverse (right) oblique views of the heart showing the extremely posterior position of the basal portions of the lateral wall.[] Together with the changes in inferior and lateral leads, the full diagnosis is inferior, posterior and lateral wall infarction.[]

  • Double Aortic Arch

    The left vertebral artery originated from the left aortic arch and entered the transverse foramen of C3, while the right vertebral artery originated from the right subclavian[] Abstract Bronchial artery aneurysm is uncommon, and the occurrence of multiple aneurysms arising from a bronchial artery is even rarer.[] Using left third thoracotomy, the segment, which caused compression of the oesophagus, was ligated and divided.[] Crisscross pulmonary artery origin is a rare benign anomaly characterized by the left pulmonary artery arising superiorly and to the right side of the right pulmonary artery[] Chest examination revealed wheezes with some wet crepitations scattered basally.[] The dominant and minor arches can vary in laterality and specific patterns of branching and segmental hypoplasia/atresia.[]

  • Hughes-Stovin Syndrome

    Although pulmonary angiography of the left lung showed some enlargement at the origin of the left upper-lobe pulmonary artery, right-sided pulmonary angiography revealed two[] Abstract Four case studies of patients with angiographically documented pulmonary arterial aneurysms are presented.[] CT aortography was performed and tortuous and dilatated both bronchial arteries were shown with the aneurism of the right bronchial artery measuring 14x10 mm.[] PAA resection by thoracotomy and lower lobe basal segmentectomy was performed. He returned to America post-operatively for immunosuppressive treatment.[] While the second case was a 16-year-old male patient who initially presented with generalized fits due to sagittal sinus thrombosis and later followed by DVT in the left lower[] The affected segments of the lung were resected successfully, predicated on the MRA findings.[]

  • Hemoptysis

    Examination of specimens from repeated biopsies was nondiagnostic, so the patient underwent video-assisted thoracoscopic left upper lobe wedge resection.[] Pulmonary angiography was performed and identified a bronchial artery to pulmonary artery fistula of the right upper lobe.[] BACKGROUND: Bronchial artery embolization is considered a conservative form of therapy for hemoptysis.[] Urgent flexible bronchoscopy revealed airway flooding, with bleeding originating from the lingular and posterior-basal segment of the left lower lobe.[] The source of bleeding was identified in a follow-up bronchoscopy performed few days later-a 2 3 cm area of ulceration of the left main stem bronchus which was missed in the[] Moderate pleural effusions were also seen in the left pleural space.[]

  • Congenital Emphysema

    This was followed 5 days later by left upper lobectomy.[] The arterial supply was coming from the lung tissue (bronchial artery) whereas venous supply was ending up into the hilum [Figure 3], [Figure 4] and [Figure 5].[] […] tube (bronchial hypoplasia).[] She was released 1 week later, but again, we were no closer to a diagnosis.[] BACKGROUND: Congenital emphysema is a rare lung malformation characterized by overinflation of lung segments or lobe, together with ventilation and lung perfusion disorders[] Are infantile periarteritis nodosa with coronary artery involvement and fatal mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome the same?[]

  • Cardiac Sarcoidosis

    left ventricle 4 .[] The inflammation associated with granulomas can damage virtually every part of the heart, including the electrical system, muscle, valves, arteries and surrounding tissue[] A 49-year-old Caucasian female with a medical history of bronchial asthma presented in 2005 with third-degree heart block.[] The basal part of the interventriculair septum is particularly prone to involvement.[] It was reinstituted 18 months later when other organ system involvement developed with no recurrence of the ventricular tachyarrhythmia.[] […] manifestations were high-grade atrioventricular conduction block (n 4), heart failure (n 2), ventricular extrasystole (n 2) and acute myocarditis with chest pain and ST-segment[]

  • Pulmonary Artery Aneurysm

    Others have described proximal left main coronary artery compression in the presence of a dilated and hypertensive pulmonary artery.[] […] pulmonary artery to reinforce the stability of the pulmonary artery and prevent bleeding.[] ., et al. (1986) Bronchial artery aneurysm.[] He was treated with selective coil embolization of the right posterior basal segmental artery to achieve hemostasis.[] Postoperatively, the patient remained asymptomatic with trivial pulmonary regurgitation 1 year later.[] Incidentally a smaller aneurysm on the segmental artery of the right lung was noticed.[]

  • Unstable Angina

    Emergency surgery revealed a large anterior aortic root abscess which had destroyed the left and right coronary cusps.[] Computed tomography showed fistulae between the dilated bronchial arteries and the left pulmonary artery.[] Abstract Non-ST segment elevation coronary syndrome usually results from instability of an atherosclerotic plaque, with subsequent activation of platelets and several coagulation[] […] coronary artery rather than surgical correction of the congenital anomaly.[] Segmental strain assessment showed an association between severe CX and RD lesions with longitudinal strain reduction of lateral and inferior walls basal segments; (14 [5][] The finding was first confirmed by bedside echocardiography and later validated by laboratory tests.[]

  • Anterior Myocardial Infarction

    CONCLUSION: Left ventricular thrombus is a frequent complication after ant-MI with systolic dysfunction.[] BACKGROUND: ST segment elevation of chest lead V4 R is associated with worse prognosis in acute inferior ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI).[] Rarer still is the presence of an aortic dissection, myocardial infarction, and an anomalous coronary artery.[] The individual myocardial velocity, strain, and strain rate values of each basal, mid, and apical segment were obtained.[] Abstract We report a case of anterior myocardial infarction in a middle-aged man without risk factors for atherosclerosis in whom myocardial bridge was diagnosed several years later[] Abstract A case of a 55-year-old man who suffered an acute anterior myocardial infarction (MI) followed by an acute inferoposterior MI 1 month later, which led to his demise[]

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