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Soft Tissue C

Soft Tissue C Dz of Airways

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types of obstuctive diseases of upper airways acute and chronic upper airway obstruction
causes FIRE acute upper airway obstruction
What is FIRE foreign body, infection, retropharangeal hemorrhage, edema
causes hypertrophy of tonsils and adenoids chronic upper airway obstruction
AKA for lower airway diseases COPD
Types of lower airway obstruction diseases Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema, Bronchioectasis
@ types of asthma symptoms gasp for air and chronic cough
severe hypoxia causing stroke statis asthmaticus
people with asthma at a later age chronic bronchitis
blue blowers chronic bronchitis
pink puffers emphysema
irreversible dilation of bronchial tree bronchioectasis
often occurs from rib fracture or penetrating injuries pneumothorax
opposite direction of what it should do paradoxical motion
normal variants of diaphragm eventration and scalloping
rib destruction causing extra pleural sign metastasis
phrenic nerve injury from brocnchogenic carcinoma partial paresis
m/c finding of dz's of mediastinum mediastinal widening
chronic pulmonary diseases emphysema, sarcoid, cystic fibrosis
m/c aortic dissection type debakey type 3
m/c primary tumor of the heart myxoma
location of most myxoma's left atrium
m/c neoplam of the heart metastasis
metastasis of the heart is usually from skin, breast, and lung
associated dz with mitral stenosis rheumatic fever
history of RF 50 % of the time have mitral stenosis
J or C shaped calcification valvular
valvular calcification shows as J or C shaped, degenerative, idiopathic, common in women over 70
heart shadows become amorphic pericardial effusion
leaflet calcification rheumatic heart disease
water bottle shape heart shadow pericardial effusion
reversal of normal blood flow pattern pulmonary venous hypertension
aortic stenosis is associated with bicuspid aortic valves, RHD, chronic systemic hypertension
pus empyema
blood hemothorax
lymph chylothorax
exudate hydrothorax
bronchioectasis is dx by CT
types of emphysema arterail defficiency and increased marking
pruned tree appearance increased marking pattern
flattening of the diaphragm arterial defficiency pattern
anterior bowing of sternum arterial defficiency pattern
cluster of grapes appearnce bronchioectasis
meniscus sign pleural effusion
cystic dilation of bronchi bronchiectasis
fluid in pleural space pleural effusion
Created by: hakrrins