publication . Article . 2014

TRACHEAL AND BRONCHIAL ABNORMALITIES IN PATIENTS WITH SIGNIFICANT OBSTRUCTIVE SYNDROME: ACCORDING TO BRONCHOSCOPIC

M. L. Shteiner;
Open Access Russian
  • Published: 01 Feb 2014 Journal: Tuberkulez i Bolezni Lëgkih (issn: 2075-1230, eissn: 2542-1506, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: NEW TERRA Publishing House
Abstract
The endobronchial pattern of significant bronchial obstructive syndrome of various etiologies was analyzed in 4,000 patients with this condition. At the same time, bronchial malformations were encountered as supplementary bronchi of the left and right basal pyramids, axillary left bronchi, supplementary and displaced tracheal bronchi, and a single case of distal transposition of the right proximal bronchus in 1.58% of cases. According to the bronchoscopic findings, supplementary bronchi and transpositions of the left bronchi are the most common anatomic bronchial abnormalities (1.08%).
Subjects
Medical Subject Headings: respiratory systemrespiratory tract diseasescirculatory and respiratory physiology
free text keywords: anatomic abnormalities of the tracheobronchial tree, fibrobronchoscopy, Diseases of the respiratory system, RC705-779
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