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lobar

 [lo´ber]
pertaining to a lobe.

lo·bar

(lō'bar),
Relating to any lobe.

lobar

(lō′bər, -bär′)
adj.
Of or relating to a lobe or lobes, as of the lungs: lobar pneumonia.

lobar

See lobe.

lobar

adjective Pertaining to a lobe, especially of the lung.

lo·bar

(lō'bahr)
Relating to any lobe.

Lobar

Relating to a lobe, a rounded projecting part of the lungs.

lobar

pertaining to a lobe.

congenital lobar emphysema
emphysema of one or more lung lobes usually the result of bronchial dysplasia or agenesis in the neonate.
lobar pneumonia
pneumonia affecting one or more lobes of the lungs. See also lobar pneumonia.
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Description of the project area: it is covered with dense forest complex decades of trees of different species composition (mainly deciduous trees - hornbeam, ash, oak, aspen, alder, and lobar mixed stand of pine and spruce).
When they do, they are most often located in the main, lobar, or segmental airways; however, the trachea can also be affected.
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Usually the patients had either broncho-pneumonia or lobar consolidation.
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Unidirectional valves block entrance of air during inspiration, but permit exhalation of air and secretions, causing partial or complete lobar collapse.