17) Thus, the patient may have symptoms in keeping with tamponade only to have constrictive
effects become more prominent after pericardial fluid removal (Figure 9).
Pericardial thickening >4 mm together with clinical features of predominantly right-sided cardiac failure are suggestive of constrictive
Miller published the largest case series to date in which open lung biopsy was used to diagnose 38 cases of constrictive
bronchiolitis and 11 other lung ailments in 49 Fort Campbell soldiers with unexplained exertional dyspnea and normal pulmonary-function and cardiopulmonary-exercise testing (N.
Some soldiers serving in the Middle East who develop difficulty breathing--but whose chest X-rays show nothing out of the ordinary--have constrictive
bronchiolitis, a kind of lung damage virtually unknown in young adults.
We see bright, optically stimulating work of often singing color--and, on occasion, sour dissonance--fixed within a constrictive
, symmetrical format; we see paintings that often induce the effect of a luminous "vacuity"; we see beautiful paintings seemingly about nothing.
pericarditis of tuberculous origin in HIV positive patients: case report and review of literature.
The Minister said that his meeting with the ANP leaders on acceleration of economic growth and resolutions of the problems being faced the country on the economic front was very positive, constrictive
The following is a nonexhaustive review of the pathology of some of the small airways diseases, specifically cellular bronchiolitis, including follicular bronchiolitis and diffuse panbronchiolitis; granulomatous bronchiolitis; tobacco smoke-associated small airways bronchiolitic diseases, hypersensitivity pneumonitis; organizing pneumonia; constrictive
bronchiolitis; mineral dust exposure and various other exposure-associated bronchiolitic diseases; and 4 recently described bronchiolitic disorders, bronchiolitic disease due to ingestion of Sauropus androgynus, airway-centered interstitial fibrosis, idiopathic bronchiolocentric interstitial pneumonia, and bronchiolitis interstitial pneumonitis.
Wandering (or rather, dancing) the streets he reflects back upon his upbringing; one in which forced religion, dubious education and a good helping of stereotypes provided a thoroughly constrictive
Chapters cover topics including the use of radial artery grafts in myocardial revascularization surgery, hybrid coronary revascularization and routine intra-operative completion angiography, the nary sinus in cardiac surgery, acute kidney injuries after coronary artery bypass, coronary artery bypass grafting for chronic and acute heart failure, and operative constrictive
After years of battling complicated, costly and constrictive
export controls with limited success, the U.
But the teenagers soon found the confines of the three-piece to be a bit constrictive
for the funk idiom.
It should never be subject to constrictive
nationalistic policies which benefit some, but not all.
Dressed in Eugene tie-dye, the "inchantresses" and their warlock became the good guys, and Dido and Aeneas, dressed in stiff military and corporate wardrobes, represented the constrictive
system that denies freedom.
On the other hand, the constrictive
effects by Phe, Ang II and Xan/XOD were ameliorated by ASX-O (p < 0.