bronchiectatic

bron·chi·ec·tat·ic

(brong'kē-ek-tat'ik),
Relating to bronchiectasis.

bron·chi·ec·tat·ic

(brong'kē-ek-tat'ik)
Relating to bronchiectasis.
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avium nodular bronchiectatic pulmonary disease were genotypically matched.
The mean of FE[V.sub.1]/FVC was observed to be decreased as the number of involved bronchiectatic bronchial segments increased (P < 0.05) [Figure 2].
14 (27.45%) had consolidation, 2 (3.92%) had reticulonodular picture, 1 (1.96%) had pleomorphic pattern, 4 (7.84%) had mass lesions, 4 (7.84%) had fibrosis, 2 (3.92%) had reticular pattern, 5 (9.80%) had bronchiectatic changes and 3 (5.88%) had collapse, Graph- 2, 3.
In 22 years, he had only once easily treated bronchitis and his bronchiectatic area in the left lower lobe also recovered a few years after the diagnosis.
HRCT chest revealed a right-sided basal opacity with bronchiectatic changes.
In immunocompetent patients, two major patterns have been described for NTM infection: an upper lobe cavitary pattern and a nodular bronchiectatic pattern [28-33].
A CT scan of the chest was obtained and confirmed the infiltrates and showed bronchiectatic changes bilaterally in the lower lobes (Figure 1).
Bronchiectatic air spaces, when viewed "en face," may carry a similar appearance to cysts creating significant diagnostic confusion.
One is the presence of mild bronchiectasis with severe emphysema (the patients may suffer from dyspnea and lower exercise tolerance), and the other is a diffuse bronchiectatic pattern associated with bronchial wall thickening (the patients may present with daily sputum production and frequent exacerbations).
(19) Radiologic disease types of PNTM were categorized as nodular bronchiectatic (NB), fibrocavitary (FC), or mixed.
HRCT showed the presence of dilated trachea and both main bronchi, irregularity of the tracheal wall, and few bronchiectatic changes in the left lower lobe.