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  • Clinical Features of Extrapulmonary Sarcoidosis without Lung Involvement. [Journal Article]
  • ChestChest 2018 Feb 14
  • James WE, Koutroumpakis E, … Judson MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Significant demographic and gender differences were observed between pulmonary and non-pulmonary sarcoidosis patients. These differences reflect previous data concerning differences between patients with skin and lung sarcoidosis, as the skin was the major organ involved with NPS. While the lungs are likely the primary site of exposure in pulmonary sarcoidosis, the high prevalence of skin involvement in NPS suggests the skin is the most conducive site of antigen capture outside of the respiratory tract.
  • Features of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease as Predictors of Lung Cancer. [Journal Article]
  • ChestChest 2018 Feb 13
  • Carr LL, Jacobson S, … Bowler RP
  • CONCLUSIONS: The degree of COPD severity, including airflow obstruction, visual emphysema and respiratory exacerbations are independently predictive of lung cancer. These risk factors should be further studied as inclusion and exclusion criteria for the survival benefit of lung cancer screening. Studies are needed to determine if reduction in respiratory exacerbations among smokers can reduce lung cancer risk.
  • Expiratory Flow Limitation during Mechanical Ventilation. [Review]
  • ChestChest 2018 Feb 09
  • Junhasavasdikul D, Telias I, … Brochard L
  • Expiratory flow limitation (EFL) is present when the flow cannot rise despite an increase of the expiratory driving pressure. The mechanisms of EFL are debated but are thought to be related to the co...
  • Health Services Burden of Undiagnosed and Overdiagnosed COPD. [Journal Article]
  • ChestChest 2018 Feb 06
  • Gershon AS, Thiruchelvam D, … Canadian Respiratory Research Network
  • CONCLUSIONS: Undiagnosed and overdiagnosed COPD contribute to significant health care burden. Given that misdiagnosed COPD was fivefold more common than correctly diagnosed COPD, these findings point to a substantial misdiagnosis-associated burden of disease that might be prevented, at least in part, with correct diagnosis.
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