lung field


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lung field

The region in the body containing a lung. Often, 'lung field' refers to the section of a medical image (e.g., chest xray) that shows a lung.
See also: field
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Many modifications of precordial stethoscopes (3,4) have been reported but do not address the problem of detection of accidental endobronchial intubation intraoperatively by allowing bilateral lung field auscultation.
mPAW is directly related to the mechanisms that enhance ventilation and stabilize the lung field.
The lung field showed category 1 simple pneumoconiosis.
This will establish an unvarying oscillatory environment and stabilize both the lung field and mean airway pressure.
We saw previously that the alveoli in the lower lung fields are more distensible and also have a higher pressure or gravitational gradient against them.
Chest examination disclosed mild rales over the right lung base, with normal left lung field.
1 Nonspecific abnormal findings on lung field (for abnormal chest x- ray)
A radiograph showed clear lung fields with no cardiomegaly.
Unexpected extensive metastatic lesions throughout both lung fields were also demonstrated, despite minimal respiratory insufficiency (figure).
Repeat imaging demonstrated diffuse infiltrates in all lung fields (Figure, panel B).
Many people came in for "blood pressure check" and after we'd attended all their obs, listened to lung fields, checked them out as A1 physically they'd disclose that they'd lost their home, a friend, or a member of their family during the typhoon.