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collapse of an expanded lung (especially in infants)

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Comparison of post-operative atelectasis in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting with and without pre-operative incentive spirometry.
Even midline sternotomy causes significant reductions in lung volumes and capacities resulting in atelectasis and poor arterial oxygenation10.
Patients were followed prospectively for complications like: hemorrhage, stomal infection, injury to adjacent structures, arrhythmias, transient hypoxemia, transient hypotension, paratracheal insertion, pneumothorax, sub-cutaneous emphysema, loss of airway and new lung infiltrate or atelectasis.
FBA typically manifests as obstructive lobar or segmental over inflation or atelectasis in chest x-ray.
Round atelectasis is a form of peripheral atelectasis size of which varies from 2.
There were no significant changes in the patient's oxygenation while high-resolution computerized tomography revealed high-density lesions in bronchi of the right middle lobe with right middle lobe atelectasis [Figure 1]c.
This can include respiratory failure, pneumonia, severe atelectasis, pulmonary oedema, pneumothorax, and pleural effusion.
Computed tomography (CT) of the chest and abdomen was normal except for pericardial and bilateral pleural effusions and left lower lobe atelectasis (Figure 1(c)).
Chest X-ray (Figure 1) showed hypoinflated lung fields with bibasal atelectasis and elevated hemidiaphragms.
Further observation showed that lung samples tend to have a combination of two or more lesions like lung showing gray hepatization (Plate 4) with areas of consolidation (Plate 1), and edematous lung with areas of atelectasis (Plate2).
There are 28 chapters treating the recognition of, inter alia, normal anatomy, airspace versus interstitial lung disease, opacified hemithorax, atelectasis, pleural effusion, bone density, fractures, intracranial pathology, pediatric diseases.
Maxillary sinus atelectasis (silent sinus syndrome): Treatment with balloon sinuplasty.
The pathophysiology of nonproductive cough might cause by enlarging tumor in the lung field and caused a small part of alveoli atelectasis.