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Dyspnea

Dyspnea

Dyspnea. Jin Yu-hua Dept. of Geriatrics. Definition. Dyspnea is defined as an awareness of difficulty in breathing. Most patients suffer from actual difficulty, some patients just taste an awareness of hyperventilation( 换气过度 ). How to describe these sensations. Cannot get enough air

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Bacterial Diseases

Bacterial Diseases

Bacterial Diseases. Pathogenicity. “the state of producing or being able to produce pathological changes and disease”. Staphylococcus. “a genus of gram-negative, nonmotile, opportunistic bacteria which tend to aggregate in irregular, grape-like clusters”. Readings Question #1.

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pathology

pathology

pathology. lobar pneumonia . pulmonary Emphysema ‫‬.

By saber
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Pathology of respiratory system

Pathology of respiratory system

Lecture on pathomorphology by Filonenko T.G. Pathology of respiratory system. Patterns of Lung disorders:. Airway Bronchitis, Bronchiectasis, Bronchiolitis. Tumors / Cancer Parenchyma Pneumonia. Lung abscess, TB Hyaline membrane dis (HMD & ARDS) Pneumoconiosis Tumors / Cancer

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Coin lesion -- considered malignant until proved otherwise

Coin lesion -- considered malignant until proved otherwise

Coin lesion -- considered malignant until proved otherwise. Hamartoma - benign cartilaginous lesion. Cannon balls metastatic lesions. Metastases- irregularly sized and shaped lesions -- compare to previous CXR. Squamous cell carcinoma - large, irregular nuclei with keratin

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Inflammations

Inflammations

Inflammations. assistant-professor Volodymyr Voloshyn. (in accordance with Ya.Ya. Bodnar et al., Rubin & Farber, Serov et al.; Frank Netter’s illustrations).

By hagop
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Respiratory Infections

Respiratory Infections

Respiratory Infections. Dr Mulazim Hussain Bukhari. Respiratory tract defences. Ventilatory flow Cough Mucociliary clearance mechanisms Mucosal immune system. Upper respiratory tract infections. Rhinitis Rhinovirus, coronavirus, influenza/parainfluenza

By ranae
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Pneumonia By Dr. Abdelaty Shawky Assistant professor of pathology

Pneumonia By Dr. Abdelaty Shawky Assistant professor of pathology

Pneumonia By Dr. Abdelaty Shawky Assistant professor of pathology. PNEUMONITIS. * Classification: 1. Bacterial pneumonia: lobar pneumonia & bronchopneumonia. 2. Viral (interstitial) pneumonia: influenza, measles, chicken pox.

By knox-browning
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Lobar Pneumonia Xray and Generalities

Lobar Pneumonia Xray and Generalities

Lobar Pneumonia Xray and Generalities. Lobar Pneumonia. What is it?? It is a form of pneumonia that affects a large and continuous area of the lobe of the lung It is one of the two anatomic classifications of pneumonia (the other being bronchopneumonia). Lobar Pneumonia.

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Pneumonia

Pneumonia

Pneumonia. Community acquired pneumonia. Dr fawzia Alotaibi. Introduction. inflammation of the parenchyma of the lung ( the alveoli ) Common in winter months It is the sixth leading cause of death in USA

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The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. Chapter 10, Page 334 – 351. What Is A Respiratory System?. The system of organs involved in the uptake and exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between and organism and its environment. Different organisms have different respiratory systems!.

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Alcohols

Alcohols

Alcohols. Done by : حسام الكآف عماد عبابنه عمر بادحدح عبد المجيد سراج جهاد ابو غزلة. INTRODUCTION. Principles of Toxicology Toxicology : study of the adverse effects of  chemicals  on living organisms. Also drugs can be considered toxic compounds if exceeds the therapeutic limit

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Respiratory pathology 1

Respiratory pathology 1

Respiratory pathology 1. Lobar pneumonia From: Stevens A. J Lowe J. Pathology. Mosby 1995. An entire lobe is involved.

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Streptococcus  pneumoniae pneumococus

Streptococcus pneumoniae pneumococus

Streptococcus pneumoniae pneumococus. Pneumonia Meningitis bacteraemia. Description. Gram-positive diplococci (in pairs) Encapsulated ovoid or lanceolate coccus Non-motile Fastidious (enriched media) Blood or chocolate agar 5-10 % CO2 Alpha haemolysis + draughtsman appearance

By lstroble
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7- Infectious Pulmonary Diseases

7- Infectious Pulmonary Diseases

7- Infectious Pulmonary Diseases. Dr Tarek Atia. Introduction:. Respiratory tract infections – commonest in medical practice. Pneumonia: Inflammation of the lung tissue. High morbidity & mortality rate. Etiology:. Decreased general resistance Virulent infection : Lobar pneumonia

By richardray
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Inflammation Lung parenchyma & pleura

Inflammation Lung parenchyma & pleura

Inflammation Lung parenchyma & pleura. Soheir Mahfouz. INFLAMMATIONS OF THE LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT. Definition of Inflammation. It is a vascular & cellular reaction of the living tissue to injury . In an attempt to localize, destroy & remove the injurious agent to make way for repair.

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Respiratory practical block Pathology practical I and II Dr Shaesta Naseem Zaidi

Respiratory practical block Pathology practical I and II Dr Shaesta Naseem Zaidi

Respiratory practical block Pathology practical I and II Dr Shaesta Naseem Zaidi. 1-Lobar pneumonia. Lobar pneumonia. The consolidated lower lobe. Pale and firm cut surface of left lower lobe. Lobar pneumonia: Section of the lung shows diffuse consolidation:.

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