multilobar


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multilobar

 [mul″tĭ-lo´ber]
having numerous lobes.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

mul·ti·lo·bar

, multilobatemultilobed (mŭl'tē-lō'bar, -lō'bāt, -lōbd'),
Having several lobes.
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mul·ti·lo·bar

, multilobate , multilobed (mŭl'tē-lō'bahr, -lō'bāt, -lōbd')
Having several lobes.
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The other locations were left upper lobe (20%), right middle lobe (15%), right upper lobe (10%), unilateral multilobar (10%), bilateral multilobar involvement (5%) (Figure 1).
The atypical radiological findings of lower lung field lesions and multilobar involvement with far advanced tuberculosis, as noted in our PGC patients, have been significantly affected by HbA1c levels similar to findings in a study by Park et al.
However, in contrast to the conventional approach, Borie and his colleagues reported that most of their patients (71.4%) with multilobar or disseminated disease were diagnosed by minimally invasive procedures, such as fibreoptic bronchoscopy, bronchial and transbronchial biopsies, and CT-guided percutaneous transthoracic biopsies [8], supporting that minimally invasive biopsy procedures might be preferred in selected cases.
Diagnosis and Treatment Protocol of Human Infection with A(H7N9) Avian Influenza Virus (2014 version), 2014.01.26, (http://www.moh.gov.cn/yzygj/s3593g/20 1401/3f69fe196ecb4cfc8a2d6d96182f8b22.shtml), severe illness was defined as an illness with any one of the following: chest radiograph indicative of multilobar lesions or >50% increase in size of lesions within a 48-hour period; dyspnea or respiratory rate >24 times per minute for adults; severe hypoxia, defined as <92% oxygen saturation while receiving 3-5 liters of supplemental oxygen per minute; or shock, acute respiratory distress syndrome, or multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.
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Patient also developed multilobar pneumonia with hypoxemic respiratory failure.
Admission findings of ACS patients reveal a complaint of pain, hypoxia, decreasing hemoglobin, pulmonary fat embolism and multilobar pneumonia.
Following this outpatient clinic visit, his shortness of breath and cough persisted, and he presented to another hospital approximately three weeks prior to admission, where he was noted to be hypoxic with multilobar infiltrates on chest radiography that were more extensive than those seen during his prior hospitalization.
In present study multilobar involvement with cavity and fibrosis is present in 48%.Majority of patients in present study were of tuberculosis.