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Respiratory Path

Respiratory Pathology

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affects bronchi, appears as thickening of linear markings throughout lungs as exocrine system secretes excessive viscous mucous cystic fibrosis
what are some complications of cystic fibrosis *mucous plugs causing atelectasis and hyperinflation *within the pancreas, it can cause blockage of ducts of whirsung, impairing fat digestion, and causing smelly stool *bowel perfs or obstruction *excessive sweat
what are the treatments for cystic fibrosis *prophylactic antibodies *brochodilators *lung transplant
occurs when no surficant is present on chest wall at birth, which prevents lungs from expanding. affects alveoli, and has grainy ground glass appearance, or air brochogram sign(are trapped in brochi). most common in premature babies/diabetic mother/c-sec. Hyaline Membrane Disease/Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome/Idiopathic Respiratory Distress
defined as smooth, tapered narrowing of upper respiratory tract, most common in young children and viral in nature. sign is barking cough and is treated with steam, mist tent and oxygen croup
inflammation of the lungs, caused by bacteria or virus pneumonia
what are the four types of pneumonia *pneumococcal *staphylococcal *viral or mycoplasmic *aspiration pneumonia
pneumonia affecting alveoli/air space. lobe or segment opacification. treat with antibiotics pneumococcal pneumonia
pneumonia affecting brochial airway and alveoli. patchy opacification with air bronchogram. treat with antibiotics staphylococcal pneumonia
pneumonia affecting alveoli and surrounging interstitial tissue. linear or reticular pattern. treat with antibiotics viral or mycoplasmic pneumonia
peumonia caused by obstruction, tumor, stricture of airway or entry of foreign body into brochi(usually oral or gastric contents). patchy opacification. treat with corticosteroid and antibiotic aspiration peumonia
most common in rt lung. encapsulated opaque mass with air fluid level. expectoran and purulant(puss) material presant. treat with antibiotic lung abscess
rod shaped bacteria w/ waxy coat spread in air. infiltrates or consolidations and/or cavities are often seen in the upper lungs, However, lesions may appear anywhere in the lungs. mycobacterium TB
necrotic tissue that is converted to cheese like mass, associated w/ brochial TB Caseation necrosis
healed TB appears as what is some pt's calcifications
Created by: bigad1982