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6,248 Possible Causes for Pulmonary Disorder, scissure, X-Ray Abnormal

  • Pulmonary Plasma Cell Granuloma

    […] right) revealed a mass in the right upper and middle lobes, measuring 60 43 mm with partially defined edges and a central area of necrosis that was in contact with both scissures[] A 53-year-old man was pointed out an abnormal shadow in the lung field on a chest X-ray film taken for routine physical examination.[] The book covers a wide array of disorders -- sarcoidosis, asbestosis, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, drug induced lung disease, connective tissue disease, and pulmonary vasculitis[]

  • Pulmonary Bullous Emphysema

    The radiological evidence of scissure in a target lobe site of the GEB is one of the keys to obtain good results with this procedure.[] From there, your doctor may order a chest scan or X-ray to assess your lung function and look for visual abnormalities.[] […] fibrosis Sarcoidosis Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis Progressive massive fibrosis Conglomerate silicosis Fibrotic tuberculosis Other fibrotic lung disorders Familial disorders[]

  • Accessory Lobe of Lung

    Devos. (1938) Les scissures et les cloisons interzonaires du poumon. Assoc. Anatomistes Comptes Rendus. 33:156-164. D'Hour, H. and J.[] In most cases it is still best to refer to the location of lung abnormalities seen on a chest X-ray in terms of lung zones rather than lobes. « Previous Top Next » Last reviewed[] However, as in any other region of the lung, some pulmonary disorders may develop within this lobe and require detailed evaluation with CT imaging studies.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    […] established on the basis of clinical investigations, according to the following definitions: community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) was defined by a new infiltrate on chest X-ray[] […] disease with acute lower respiratory infection Disorder of bronchial anastomosis Expiratory partial airway obstruction Hypoventilation in sleep, lower airways obstruction[] […] together with cough, sputum production, dyspnea, fever ( 38.0 C), auscultatory abnormal breath sounds and rales.[]

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  • Asthma

    (a) The chest x-ray shows an abnormal distension of the fundus of the stomach.[] How does chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (or COPD) overlap with asthma? Learn the symptoms and treatment options and see an allergist for help.[] pulmonary disease -- Acute and chronic rhinitis -- Drug-induced pulmonary disorders -- Sect. 5 : Gastrointestinal disorders -- Upper gastrointestinal disorders -- Lower gastrointestinal[]

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  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Chest CT may reveal abnormalities that are not apparent on the chest x-ray and may also suggest coexisting or complicating disorders, such as pneumonia, pneumoconiosis, or[] . * Click here for Patient Education Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Related Disorders Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency[] Findings on a chest x-ray or computed tomography (CT) of the chest may also help in diagnosis of emphysema and sometimes chronic bronchitis.[]

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  • Pulmonary Edema

    A chest X-ray revealed bilateral pulmonary edema, and echocardiography revealed normal cardiac function, indicating that the pulmonary edema resulted from HBOT or neurogenic[] However, the development of pulmonary disorders after EV71 infection remains largely unknown.[] Examples of tests used in diagnosing pulmonary edema include: complete blood count echocardiogram , or an ultrasound, to check for abnormal heart activity chest X-ray to see[]

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  • Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection

    […] consistent with lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI) on a chest X-ray relative to the most recent chest X-ray, as determined by the local radiologist.[] Intake and output should be assessed, as free water retention can be a complication of bronchiolitis and other pulmonary disorders.[] […] abnormalities that impair the ability to effectively clear the upper airways Infants who have neuromuscular disorders Children 24 mo who have profound immunocompromise The[]

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  • Atelectasis

    Drug treatment for patients with chronic lung disorders (eg, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [COPD] ) should be optimized before surgery.[] Atelectasis is a pulmonary disorder that lengthens the hospitalization time of newborns in intensive care units, resulting in increased morbidity among these infants.[] If the cause of atelectasis is not clinically apparent (eg, if it is not recent surgery or pneumonia seen on chest x-ray) or another disorder is suspected (eg, pulmonary embolism[]

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  • Sarcoma of the Lung

    An abnormal shadow was detected in the right upper lung field included in the irradiated field on chest X-ray.[] These disorders may have similar radiographic appearances.[] X ray chest showed a large right lung mass with shift of mediastinum to the right and blurring of right costophrenic angle.[]

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