24] reported that age above 70 years was related to lobar
ICH ( OR , 4.
This case illustrates an uncommon but treatable cause of post-obstructive pneumonia and urges clinicians to consider endobronchial lesions in the differential for patients with recurrent, unremitting pneumonia, especially with similar lobar
Any PPCs like development of pleural effusion, atelectatic lung on CXR, lobar
lung collapse or requirement of Non-invasive Ventilation (NIV) every 4-6 hourly during the first 48 hours were also noted.
emphysema (CLE) is a rare anomaly with an incidence of 1:20,000 to 1:30,000 live births.
Surgical evacuation ultrasound guided of spontaneous lobar
These two disorders are characterized by different patterns of microbleeds distribution: hypertensive vasculopathy is usually associated with CMBs in the basal ganglia, thalamus, brainstem, and cerebellum , whereas CAA is associated with lobar
Although numerous observational and randomised trials showed statistical benefits in respect of practically all functional parameters, minimal clinically important differences (MICDs) were significantly more likely to be observed in patients with advanced heterogeneous emphysema and no collateral ventilation and in those in whom unilateral valve placement achieved complete lobar
Furthermore, the mean duration of hospitalisation in children with lobar
pneumonia was significantly longer than the corresponding values for those with bronchopneumonia (p=0.
This is likely due to collateral circulation and/or PV recanalization, which is often present in patients with lobar
This regional association with dementia subtypes is consistent with the hypothesis that lobar
cerebral microbleeds reflect cerebral amyloid angiopathy, which is consistent with Alzheimer's disease, while those in deep areas reflect hypertensive arteriopathy, which is important in vascular dementia," Lenore Launer, Ph.
Major finding: Lobar
microbleeds doubled the risk of Alzheimer's disease, while deep bleeds increased the risk of vascular dementia six-fold.
emphysema is a rare form of congenital malformation of the lungs characterized by over distension of a lobe of lung due to partial obstruction of the bronchus.