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(Pulmonary edema acute)
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  • Radiological findings of complications after lung transplantation. [Review]
  • IIInsights Imaging 2018 Aug 15
  • Habre C, Soccal PM, … Hachulla AL
  • CONCLUSIONS: • The five main complications are primary graft dysfunction, surgical, alloimmune, infectious, and malignancy complications. • CT identifies anomalies in the setting of unspecific symptoms of lung transplantation complications. • Knowledge of the specific CT signs can allow a prompt diagnosis. • CT signs maximize the yield of bronchoscopy, transbronchial biopsy, and bronchoalveolar lavage. • Radiopathological correlation helps to understand CT signs after lung transplantation complications.
  • Unilateral pulmonary edema: a case report and review of the literature. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Case Rep 2018 Aug 14; 12(1):219
  • Handagala R, Ralapanawa U, Jayalath T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Unilateral pulmonary edema is a completely reversible condition with good patient outcome if it is suspected early and treated early. Even in the absence of readily available echocardiogram skills, a clinical examination is of paramount importance in making a clinical decision in low-resource settings to reduce mortality.
  • Swimming-induced pulmonary edema: current perspectives. [Review]
  • OAOpen Access J Sports Med 2018; 9:131-137
  • Smith R, Ormerod JOM, … Kipps C
  • With the growing popularity of water-based sports, cases of swimming-induced pulmonary edema (SIPE) are becoming increasingly recognized. SIPE, a potentially life-threatening condition, is an acute c...
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