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pathology chest for quiz 2

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Bronchogenic carcinoma most common primary malignant lung neoplasm
Pulmonary embolism most common pathologic process involving the lungs of hospitalized patients
ARDS most commonly occurs in patients with non-thoracic trauma who develop hypotension and shock “shock lung”
A dense or “popcorn” calcification benign
“dirty chest” appearance generalized increase in bronchovascuar markings esp. in lower lungs
Anthracosis “black lung” coal workers pneumoconiosis
IRDS idiopathic respiratory distress syndrome or hyaline membrane disease
Hyaline membrane diease is characteristic of: underaeration of the lungs associated with a lack of surfactant
Croup is what type of infection? viral
A barking cough stridor
PPD purified protein derivative
Bronchial lytis RSV – respiratory syncytial virus
People between the ages of 30-45 the risk of a solitary pulmonary nodule rises to 15%
People over age 50 the risk of a solitary pulmonary nodule increases to: 50%
Constitute 1% of all bronchial neoplasms bronchial adenoma
Over 95% of pulmonary emboli arise from: DVT
Atelectasis diminished air within the lung associated with reduced lung volume
Created by: annaluz87