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Suppurative diseases of the lungs, pleurae, and pericardium

Suppurative diseases of the lungs, pleurae, and pericardium

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Published by Year Book Medical Publishers in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Suppuration.,
  • Chest -- Surgery.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementTimothy Takaro ... [et al.].
    SeriesCurrent problems in surgery ;, Nov. 1977
    ContributionsTakaro, Timothy, 1920-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD1 .C9 Nov. 1977, RC941 .C9 Nov. 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62 p. :
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4755426M
    LC Control Number78101371

    Called the pericardium, this serous membrane is a two-layered sac that surrounds the entire heart except where blood vessels emerge on the heart’s superior side; The pleura is the serous membrane that surrounds the lungs in the pleural cavity; The peritoneum is the serous membrane that surrounds several organs in the abdominopelvic cavity. 9 Diseases of the Pleura, Diaphragm, and Chest Wall Diseases of the Pleura Pleural Effusion. A pleural effusion is a pathologic fluid collection within the pleural cavity. Normally 10–15 mL of fluid is present and this serves as a lubricant between the parietal and visceral pleural layers.

      The pericardium is separated from the anterior thoracic wall by the lungs and pleura but is in direct contact with it at the lower left half of the sternum and the sternal abutments of the left fourth and fifth costal cartilages [1]. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

    This chapter focuses on malignant mesothelioma (MM) and other mesothelial lesions and conditions that mimic MM. MM is now, alongside lung cancer, the most important occupational cancer among industrial populations worldwide. MM is a diffuse tumor that arises in the serosal surfaces of the pleura, peritoneum, pericardium, ovary, and tunica vaginalis of the testis.   Besides isolated pericardial disease, the pericardium may be secondarily involved by a large group of organ and systemic diseases, such as infective, autoimmune, and neoplastic processes. Moreover, iatrogenic causes—for example, after cardiac surgery or radiation therapy—represent an important cause of pericardial-related morbidity and.


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Suppurative diseases of the lungs, pleurae, and pericardium Download PDF EPUB FB2

However, mortality rates still remain very high (40%).llG If the patient does not improve rapid- ly, pericardiectomy should be performed promptly SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS Suppurative diseases of the lungs, pleurae and pericardium are encountered much less commonly now than in the years before antibiotics became by: 1.

Curr Probl Surg. Nov;14(11) Suppurative diseases of the lungs. Pleurae and pericardium. Takaro T, Scott SM, Bridgman AH, Sethi by:   A Text-book Of Diseases Of The Chest: Pericardium, Heart, Aorta, Bronchi, Lungs, Mediastinum And Pleura [Rankin, Egbert Guernsey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A Text-book Of Diseases Of The Chest: Pericardium, Heart, Aorta, Bronchi, Lungs, Mediastinum And Pleura. Suppurative Diseases of the Lung and Pleura: A Continuing Challenge in Developing Countries Samuel A. Adebonojo, M.D., Isaac A.

Grillo, M.D., Olugbenro Osinowo, F.R.C.S., and Oluwole A. Adebo, F.R.C.S. ABSTRACT A retrospective study of 1, consecutive patients with thoracic and cardiovascular diseases seen at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria, over a five-year Cited by: Journals & Books; Register Sign in.

Sign in Register. Journals & Books; Help. Download full text in PDF Download. Share. Export. Advanced. Current Problems in Surgery. Vol Issue 1, JanuaryPages Suppurative diseases of the lung and pleural space part I: Empyema thoracis and lung abscess.

Author links open overlay panel B.T Cited by: A retrospective study of 1, consecutive patients with thoracic and cardiovascular diseases seen at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria, over a five-year period (January,to December, ) showed that 42% ( patients) were treated for suppurative diseases of the lung and pleura, notably empyema thoracis, lung abscess, and bronchiectasis.

Pleuritis, Pleural effusion, Empyema - spread of infection to pleura cavity causing intra-pleural fibrinosuppurative reaction Dr TTW () 27 Complication of pneumonia 3.

Organization of exudates - convert portion of lung into solid tissue with fibrous scar 4. Steven S. Mou MD, Michael C. McCrory MD, in Critical Heart Disease in Infants and Children (Third Edition), Anatomy. The pericardium is a dual-layered structure enveloping the heart and proximal great vessels.

It consists of an inner visceral pericardium (also called the epicardium when in contact with the myocardium), and an outer parietal pericardium, composed of layers of collagen. Suppurative lung diseases 1. Suppurative LungSuppurative Lung DiseasesDiseases Dr/ Riham Hazem Raafat Lecturer of Chest Diseases Ainshams University 2.

Bronchiectasis 3. Definition Irreversible dilatation of the cartilage containing airways - Bronkos + Ectasia = Bronchi + Dilatation 4. colonization Pathogenesis 5. DISEASES OF THE PERICARDIUM •Primary disease rare • Secondary disease common – Direct extension – heart, pleura, lungs –Systemic • Reaction is limited • May provide clues.

Non-Inflammatory Pericardial Disease •Hydropericardium –Definition: Excess accumulation of transudate Suppurative • Gross –Cloudy, thick fluid. Aneurysms of the pulmonary artery are very rare. Here, the authors report the clinical scenario of a middle aged diabetic who presented with suppurative cardiac tamponade that was complicated by mycotic aneurysm of the pulmonary artery.

In addition to the clinical presentation, aetiology, diagnostic modalities and therapeutic options are discussed. A pericardial cyst is a noncancerous, fluid-filled growth in the pericardium.

This type of cyst is very rare, affecting only 1 inpeople. Most people who have pericardial cysts are born. Malignant pleural and pericardial effusions are a common problem in the treatment of patients with lung cancer, breast cancer, or lymphoma and may occur with any malignancy.

These effusions are frequently symptomatic and, in the case of the pleural space, may be the presenting sign of cancer. In other patients, they represent markers of recurrent, disseminated, or advanced disease. Auscultation is considered the critical component of the veterinary clinical examination for the diagnosis of bovine respiratory disease but the accuracy with which adventitious sounds reflect underlying lung pathology remains largely unproven.

Modern portable ultrasound machines provide the veterinary practitioner with an inexpensive, non-invasive tool with which to examine the pleural.

A retrospective study of 1, consecutive patients with thoracic and cardiovascular diseases seen at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria, over a five-year period (January,to December, ) showed that 42% ( patients) were treated for suppurative diseases of the lung and pleura, notably empyema thoracis, lung abscess.

Epidemiology, aetiology and classification of pericardial diseases Epidemiology Aetiology 3. [] The microbiology and epidemiology of purulent pericarditis have changed dramatically in the last thirty years (2). Epidemiology Approximat patients develop pleural infections in the United States each year.

Between   In order to assess the thoroughness of the procedure and the status of the diaphragm, lungs, heart, pleura and pericardium, a 10 mm laparoscope was introduced into the pleural and pericardial cavities, which demonstrated that all the disease had been removed.

• Accumulation of fluid between the visceral and parietal layers of serous pericardium • Serous – Transudative – CHF, Renal failure • Suppurative – Pyogenic infection • Hemorrhagic – occurs with any type of pericarditis – especially with infections and malignancies Etiology 1.

The diseases of the chest: including the principal affections of the pleurae lungs, pericardium, heart, and aorta.

55 illustrations. Serous Pericardium. The serous pericardium, the inner layer of the pericardium, is composed of two different layers.

The outer layer, the parietal layer, is completely adhered to the fibrous inner layer is known as the visceral layer, which covers and protects the great vessels and space between the parietal and visceral layers is called the pericardial cavity.

Examination revealed ml of serous pleural effusion, many pleural nodules, and severely distended pericardium with pericardial effusion (Fig. 2 a). The distended pericardium was broken by biopsy forceps at the ventral part of the phrenic nerve (Fig.

2 b), followed by the evacuation of the pleural effusion and biopsies of the parietal pleura.Necropsy confirmed the diagnosis of chronic suppurative pericarditis in all cases (Figure 15). Foreign body could be retrieved from pericardium and reticulum in only 1 cow.

This was the same cow in which foreign bodies were detected by radiography. Pleural effusion was observed in only those 4 cows, which were previously diagnosed by.May follow a suppurative or caseous pericarditis, cardiac surgery or irritation to the mediastinum. Pericardial sac is obliterated leading to a great strain on cardiac function.

No space between epicardium and pericardium causing strain on heart.