In contrast the vital capacity with restrictive disease
is reduced during both slow and fast manoeuvers.
In keeping with the interstitial nature of the disease, pulmonary function testing showed a predominantly restrictive disease
pattern (Table 3).
CP is treated surgically with pericardial stripping, while restrictive disease
is managed medically.
A retrospective review of the literature reveals that bypass has been needed more often in patients with a history of restrictive disease
than with obstructive disease.
It is indicated to evaluate signs and symptoms of respiratory obstruction verses respiratory restrictive disease
(see Table 1), measure the severity of the disease, determine the effect of medication on the disease, assess lung function pre-operatively, monitor the disease over time, and rule out other causes of wheezing (Miller et al.
On the basis of restrictive disease
pattern of pulmonary function tests, we can conclude that52.
The diagnosis of restrictive disease
is usually based on the presence of a reduced total lung capacity.
It's a very restrictive disease
and the lifestyle I used to have - well, I just don't have that any more.
Graham said that at his clinic, "we are seeing dramatic improvement--literally the reversal in some children with restrictive disease
Out of 30 patients 15 patients were having moderately severe restrictive disease
contributing 50% of study population.
8 It has been suggested that tubercular insult to the heart may result in involvement of all three layers with varying severity and the hallmark of differentiation between constrictive and restrictive disease
appears to be a diligent attempt at identification of a thickened pericardium.
The regions identified contain SNPs previously associated with the FEV1/FVC ratio, a calculated ratio crucial to the diagnosis of obstructive and restrictive diseases
, as well as numerous genes that play a role in immunity response to infection and inflammation.