Items tagged “pulmonary”

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Pulmonary sequestration

 Diagnosis almost certain
Erik Ranschaert
Published 04 Oct 2010
65% complete
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Hepatopulmonary syndrome

Hepatopulmonary syndrome (HPS) is a clinical syndrome defined by the presence of the following: liver disease dilation of pulmonary vasculature may involve pulmonary capillaries, pulmonary arteriovenous malformations, or pleural AVMs abnormalities in oxygenation elevation in the alveolar-ar...
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Hydatid cyst - lung

 Diagnosis certain
Mohammadtaghi Niknejad
Published 26 Dec 2012
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Usual interstitial pneumonia

 Diagnosis almost certain
Mohammadtaghi Niknejad
Published 14 Feb 2013
80% complete
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Hemoptysis

Hemoptysis (plural: hemoptyses) refers to coughing up of blood. Generally, it appears bright red in color as opposed to blood from the gastrointestinal tract which appears dark red. It is considered an alarming sign of a serious underlying etiology. Terminology A variety of clinical classifica...
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Pneumothorax (ultrasound)

Pneumothorax is a serious potential consequence of blunt thoracic trauma and, if misdiagnosed, it may quickly become life-threatening. For a discussion on epidemiology, clinical presentation, pathology, and treatment and prognosis please see the main pneumothorax article.  Radiographic feature...
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Acute diffuse alveolar hemorrhage

 Diagnosis almost certain
Mahmoud Yacout Alabd
Published 29 Nov 2015
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Geneva score

The Geneva score is a clinical decision rule used to estimate the pre-test probability of pulmonary embolism (PE) in patients in which this diagnosis was considered. The criteria were originally published by the clinical team of the Geneva University Hospital in 2001 1, and revised and simplifie...
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Small cell carcinoma of lung

 Diagnosis certain
Mikkaela McCormack
Published 03 Apr 2016
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Pathology
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Pulmonary edema

 Diagnosis probable
Mohammad Farghali Ali Tosson
Published 20 Mar 2017
65% complete
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Mean pulmonary arterial pressure

Mean pulmonary arterial pressure (mPAP or MPAP) can be estimated by echocardiography, although the gold standard remains measurements taken directly during right heart catheterization. It is calculated by the formula: (PASystolic pressure +2 PADiastolic pressure) / 3 The pulmonary arterial sys...
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Submassive pulmonary embolism

A submassive pulmonary embolism refers to an acute pulmonary embolism with evidence of myocardial necrosis or right ventricular dysfunction in the absence of systemic hypotension. An elevation in troponin I or T provides evidence of myocardial necrosis. Right ventricular dysfunction is defined b...
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Bronchial stenosis

Bronchial stenosis, or bronchial strictures, are descriptive terms to denote regions of focal narrowing involving the bronchi. They can arise from a wide variety of etiologies. Pathology Etiology It can arise from a large range of etiological factors, which include: tracheobronchial malignan...
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Neurogenic pulmonary edema due to brain death

 Diagnosis almost certain
Stefan Tigges
Published 05 Apr 2022
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Pulmonary tuberculosis

 Diagnosis certain
Shervin Sharifkashani
Published 23 Apr 2022
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Platypnoea-orthodeoxia syndrome

Platypnoea-orthodeoxia syndrome refers to the concomitant occurrence of dyspnea and hypoxemia, respectively, which are precipitated by assuming an upright position and alleviated by assuming a recumbent position 4. Clinical presentation As the name of the syndrome suggests, the hallmark clinic...