Items tagged “pulmonary oedema”

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Acute respiratory distress syndrome

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a form of acute lung injury and occurs as a result of a severe pulmonary injury that causes alveolar damage heterogeneously throughout the lung. It can either result from a direct pulmonary source or as a response to systemic injury. This is a disti...
Case

Re-expansion pulmonary edema

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Andrew Dixon
Published 11 Jan 2012
63% complete
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Interstitial pulmonary edema

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 14 Mar 2012
59% complete
CT
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Upper lobe pulmonary venous diversion

Upper lobe pulmonary venous diversion (also described as cephalisation of the pulmonary veins) reflects elevation of left atrial pressure and is an early sign of pulmonary edema. Clinical presentation The normal left atrial pressure is 5-10 mmHg. An elevation of left atrial pressure to 10-15 m...
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Upper lobe venous diversion

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Usman Bashir
Published 01 Jul 2012
54% complete
X-ray
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Pulmonary edema

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Andrew Dixon
Published 04 May 2015
88% complete
X-ray
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Stag's antler sign (lungs)

The stag's antler sign, also known as the hands-up or inverted moustache sign, refers to upper lobe pulmonary venous diversion in pulmonary venous hypertension or pulmonary edema as seen on an erect frontal chest radiograph. The prominence of upper lobe pulmonary veins resembles a stag's antler...
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Pulmonary edema

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ian Bickle
Published 14 Aug 2020
79% complete
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