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lobar

 [lo´ber]
pertaining to a lobe.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

lo·bar

(lō'bar),
Relating to any lobe.
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lobar

(lō′bər, -bär′)
adj.
Of or relating to a lobe or lobes, as of the lungs: lobar pneumonia.
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lobar

adjective Pertaining to a lobe, especially of the lung.
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.

lo·bar

(lō'bahr)
Relating to any lobe.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Lobar

Relating to a lobe, a rounded projecting part of the lungs.
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In summary, pneumonic plague, although rare, should be considered in dogs that have fever and respiratory signs with potential exposure in disease-endemic areas, regardless of season and lobar distribution.
Hilar LAP, lobar or segmental involvement and atelctasis are common radiologic findings in primary TB in children aged below two years.
There are associated neuroimaging biomarkers for CAA including strictly lobar cerebral microbleeds, cortical superficial siderosis, and hyperintensities of the white matter.
Round pneumonias are treated with antibiotics and rarely progress to lobar consolidation.
Matsukawa et al .[24] reported that age above 70 years was related to lobar ICH ( OR , 4.1; 95% CI : 2.1-8.2).
The data of patient demographics and clinical features of overall group Number of patients 20 patients (14 M, 6 F) Median age of operation 4 months (1 day-12 years) Antenatal diagnosis 60% (12 patients) Median admission age of patients without 3.5 years (1 day-12 years) antenatal diagnosis Clinical presentations Asymptomatic (n=8) 40% Dyspnea (n=6) 30% Respiratory infections (n=4) 20% Early operation due to severe dyspnea 45% (9 patients) and recurrent respiratory infection Operative strategy Single lobar involvement (n=17) Lobectomy Unilateral multi-lobar involvement (n=2) Major lesion: Lobectomy Minor lesion: Segmentectomy Bilateral multi-lobar involvement (n=1) Thoracoscopic wedge resections in multiple sessions F: Female, M: Male
Caption: Figure 1: (a-b) CT axial images show pulmonary artery with multiseptate hydatid cysts (red arrows), seen in the right main pulmonary artery and the lower lobar branches of the right pulmonary artery, along with other parenchymal cysts (blue arrows).
Cause of death was recorded as yellow nail syndrome complicated by infection (lobar pneumonia) and diffuse pleural fibrosis (immediate cause).
(b)-(c) Computed tomography scan taken at the time of hospitalization, showing lobar pneumonia in the lower left lobe and infiltrating shadow in the left whole lung lobe and the lower right lobe.
Those released on health grounds according to the medical personnel of the prison, Dr Adeola Babatunde, suffer from ailments ranging from chronic renal disease, multi-drug resistant tuberculosis which affected three inmates, two suspected renal disease patients, one incarcerate scrotal hernia, one HIV/AIDS patient, one asthma and TB patient, one TB and lobar pneumonia patient while more than four had normal tuberculosis.
This explains why ICH occurs frequently in deep grey matter structures most commonly basal ganglia followed by Thalamus, Cerebellum, and Pons and rarely lobar. Computed tomography (CT) Brain is a rapid sensitive means to diagnose ICH in initial phases.5