Successful treatment of complicated tracheobronchial
rupture using primary surgical repair.
mineralized granulomas on histology 1 + Lung and + Lung and retropharyngeal LN retropharyngeal LN 2 - Lung and all LNs ND ([double dagger]) 3 + Lung;--all LNs + Lung;--LNs 4 - Lung; + - Lung; + submandibular, submandibular, retropharyngeal, retropharyngeal, tracheobronchial
, and tracheobronchial
, and mesenteric LNs mesenteric LNs 5 + Lung and prescapular ND and axillary LNs 6 + Lung and ND prescapular, retropharyngeal, and tracheobronchial
LNs Features of lesions consistent with bovine TB ([dagger]) AFB on M.
Review of tracheobronchial
foreign body aspiration in the South African paediatric age group.
injuries, including penetrating, blunt or iatrogenic thoracic trauma, may occur especially after the administration of endotracheal intubation after a large airway intervention.
When adequate sedation and muscle relaxation of the patient is achieved, the suction of secretions from the tracheobronchial
tree is performed.
stenoses in granulomatosis with polyangiitis (Wegener's): A report on 26 cases.
Chest CT (July 08, 2015) showed an enlargement of the right tracheobronchial
lymph node, with some air-like low-density shadow in it [Figure 1]b, and a small amount of pericardial effusion [Figure 1]c.
foreign body removal advice in dogs and cats.
Various anesthetic risks other than tracheobronchial
stenosis and malacia should also be considered during general anesthesia in patients with Hunter syndrome [2, 3].
Bronchoscopy in the OR did not reveal proximal tracheobronchial
Isaacs and Martonen  presented an age-dependent model of tracheobronchial
airways using the symmetric Weibel model as a baseline.