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94 Possible Causes for Mediastinal Shift, Tracheal Deviation

  • Tension Pneumothorax

    However, the classic physical examination findings of tracheal deviation and distended neck veins are poorly sensitive in the diagnosis of tension pneumothorax.[] Additional findings include severe respiratory distress, tracheal deviation away from the affected side, hypotension, and jugular venous distention.[] deviation away from the affected side Distended neck veins Hypotension Cardiac arrest Radiology "Should never be done".[]

  • Bronchial Obstruction

    A new chest x-ray showed complete collapse of the left lung, with remarkable tracheal deviation.[] As the mean tracheal diameter measured at the thoracic inlet is 18.2 mm (standard deviation, 1.2 mm) in men and 15.2 mm (standard deviation, 1.4 mm) in women, considerable[] Conclusion: Obstruction of the right main bronchus by a soft tissue mass resulting in airless "drowned" right lung with subsequent volume loss and mediastinal shift.[]

  • Obstructive Atelectasis

    deviation ipsilateral shift of the heart Promoted articles (advertising)[] Repeat chest radiograph revealed white out of the right hemi-thorax with tracheal and mediastinal shift to right [Figure 2] a.[] Chest X-ray revealed atelectasis of the right upper lobe (RUL) with ipsilateral mediastinal shift ( Fig. 1 ). X-ray on admission was normal.[]

  • Pleural Effusion

    A large effusion there may cause tracheal deviation away from the effusion.[] A 13-year-old boy with no risk factors for lung cancer presented with a massive left-sided pleural effusion and a mediastinal shift on chest radiography and computed tomography[] shift 3000mL opacification of hemithorax contralateral mediastinal shift PLEURAL FLUID Things to put on the lab form: Protein LDH Glucose pH WCC Cytology Amylase HCT Gram[]

  • Malignant Pleural Effusion

    A patient presented to the emergency department with a malignant pleural effusion associated with shortness of breath, and radiographic evidence of mediastinal shift and hypotension[] Chest radiograph reveals right upper lobe collapse and a moderate sized right-sided pleural effusion with no mediastinal shift.[] Of note, in case of unilateral MPE, a mediastinal shift may occur and cause compression of the contralateral lung.[]

  • Pneumothorax

    deviation Hyper-resonance to percussion Decreased breath sounds In tension pneumothorax: Raised JVP, pulsus paradoxus, marked tracheal deviation, Tachycardia 135, hypotension[] Check for mediastinal shift (which would indicate the presence of a tension pneumothorax).[] deviation MANAGEMENT tension: decompress immediately minimal symptoms, 3cm - O2 and observe symptomatic, 3cm - small bore chest drain if persistent after 10 days of an ICC[]

  • Hemothorax

    Other symptoms of hemothorax are dependent on the mechanism of injury, but may include: Cyanosis Decreased or absent breath sounds on affected side Tracheal deviation to unaffected[] Complete collapse of the lung may be followed by tracheal deviation and mediastinal shift.[] […] increased chest diameter on the affected side CXR findings for pneumothorax increased translucency on the affected side (avascular-no vascular markings) mediastinal shift[]

  • Lobectomy or Pneumonectomy

    deviation – usually deviated in upper lobectomy / pneumonectomy, towards the side of the surgery.[] CT The lung is absent at the side of surgery, with resultant mediastinal shift and compensatory hyperinflation of the contralateral lung. Promoted articles (advertising)[] Second point, there may be no sign to suggest mediastinal shift in lobectomy ( central trachea) but in penumonectomy, you are expected to find signs suggesting mediastinal[]

  • Artificial Pneumothorax

    shift.[] Another can also be complicated by liquid pneumothorax, bronchial pleural fistula, not timely treatment due to lung atrophy and mediastinal pressure shift caused by acute[] In determining the treatment program, should consider the symptoms, signs, X-ray changes (the degree of lung compression, with or without mediastinal shift), pleural cavity[]

  • Chylothorax

    In the case of the female infant, the bilateral hydrothorax, more on the left with mediastinal shift, was discovered at 24 weeks' gestation.[] shift with respiratory failure, decreased venous return with mental cardiocirculatorii , caused by loss of protein metabolism, and fat-soluble vitamins, which can lead to[] […] disorders by: pulmonary compression, pulmonary collapse, leading to decreased ventilation and perfusion and subsequently with hypoxemia by rights-are left, contralateral mediastinal[]

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