Pathology of Respiratory System 💙

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Pathology of Respiratory System 💙
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2014-09-04 00:40:05
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respiratory tract disorders
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  1. inflammation of paranasal sinus
    sinusitis
  2. inflammation of larynx
    laryngitis
  3. inflammation of epiglottis caused by H. influenza
    acute epiglotitis
  4. acute inflammation of larynx, trachea, and epiglottis
    acute laryngotracheobronchitis (croup)
  5. group of disorders under COPD characterized by airflow obstruction
    • bronchial asthma
    • chronic bronchitis
    • emphysema
  6. productive coughing due to smoking; may lead to cor pulmonale
    chronic bronchitis
  7. dilatation of air spaces with alveolar wall destruction and lack of elastic recoil
    emphysema
  8. permanent bronchial dilatation caused by chronic infection with inflammation and necrosis of bronchial wall
    bronchiectasis
  9. reduced lung expansion and reduced total lung capacity
    restrictive lung disease
  10. venous thrombosis of the lower extremities
    pulmonary embolism
  11. increased pressure in pulmonary vasculature
    pulmonary hypertension
  12. intra alveolar accumulation of fluids
    pulmonary edema
  13. inflammatory; infectious; affects pulmonary parenchyma
    pneumonia
  14. localized area of suppuration in lung parenchyma; bc of obstruction or aspiration
    lung abscess
  15. initial infection; Ghon complex
    primary tuberculosis
  16. activation of prior Ghon complex
    secondary TB
  17. millet seed like lesions
    milliary TB
  18. alveolar collapse caused by bronchial obstruction or pleural fluid accumulation
    atelectasis
  19. type of cancer associated with smoking
    bronchogenic carcinoma
  20. classification of bronchigenic ca
    • small cell (non surgical)
    • non small cell (surgical)
    • > adeno
    • > squamous
    • > large cell

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