intrapulmonary


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intrapulmonary

 [in″trah-pul´mo-ner″e]
within the substance of the lung.

in·tra·pul·mo·nar·y

(in'tră-pul'mo-nār'ē),
Within the lungs.

intrapulmonary

[-pul′məner′ē]
Etymology: L, intra, within, pulma, lung
pertaining to the interior of the lungs.

in·tra·pul·mo·nar·y

(in'tră-pul'mŏ-nar'ē)
Within a lung.

intrapulmonary

Within the substance of a lung.

in·tra·pul·mo·nar·y

(in'tră-pul'mŏ-nar'ē)
Within the lungs.

intrapulmonary (in´trəpul´mənerē),

adj situated in the substance of a lung.

intrapulmonary

within the substance of the lung.
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The two predominant therapies for the treatment of allergic asthma are inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) and beta 2 agonists, both of which are administered as intrapulmonary mist or powders via inhalers.
Congenital ectopic liver seems unlikely in this case considering (1) the intrapulmonary location, (2) the multiplicity of the lesions, and (3) the age at diagnosis.
Differential diagnosis of intrapulmonary shunts includes two conditions: pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (PAVM) and HPS (2).
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Hepatopulmonary Syndrome (HPS) is considered when patients have a triad of liver disease, increased arterial-alveolar gradient while breathing on room air, and evidence of intrapulmonary vascular abnormalities.
The intrapulmonary distribution of particles was analyzed 1 hr or 24 hr after the end of exposure, using energy-filtering transmission electron microscopy for elemental microanalysis of individual particles.