TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HYDROTHORACES»
The term «hydrothoraces» is used very little and occupies the 190.550
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYDROTHORACES»
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Ophthalmic Steroids: Advances in Research and Application: ...
Research from University Hospital provides new data about hydrothorax Data
detailed in 'Dexamethasone acutely accelerates pleural fluid absorption in mice
hydrothoraces' have been presented. According to recent research from Greece,
Fetal Disorders: Diagnosis and Management
Spontaneous resolution of bilateral fetal hydrothoraces at 24 weeks of pregnancy
with subsequent normal neonatal outcome has been described (2). A careful
search for associated anomalies should be conducted and should include fetal ...
Boris M. Petrikovsky, 1999
Avery's Diseases of the Newborn
Thibeault and colleagues (1995) described two infants who had congenital
hydrothoraces due to lymphatic hypo- plasia, so that normal filtered fluid could
not be drained from the pleural spaces. Small pleural effusions may be
associated with ...
H. William Taeusch, Roberta A. Ballard, Christine A. Gleason, 2005
Pulmonary Hypertension: New Insights for the Healthcare ...
Prenatal presentation included polyhydramnios, increased nuchal translucency,
and bilateral hydrothoraces requiring pigtail insertion.” The news reporters
obtained a quote from the research from the Institute of Human Genetics, “
Obstetrics & Gynecology For Pgs Vol 1 (3 Edn
However, current literature fails to differentiate the primary from secondary
hydrothoraces and hence the results appear to be disappointing. Most authors
agree that the presence of associated hydrops is indicative of a poor outcome.
Arulkumaran, Sabaratnam, Gopalan, Sarala & Pratap Kumar (Eds.), Sabaratnam, Arul Kumaran
Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Procedures
Simple pncumothoraces and hydrothoraces can produce near-atmospheric
pressure in the affected pleural space (Fig. 29.2 A,C). Either can impair normal
physiology through one or more of the aforementioned mechanisms. Patients
who are ...
Christopher King, Fred M. Henretig, 2008
When hydrothoraces are induced in dogs, the clearance rate for para-
aminohippurate (PAH) (molecular weight 216) is approximately 2 mL/kg/hour (38
). When urea is injected into patients with pleural effusions, its concentration
Diagnostic obstetrical ultrasound
(A) Axial view of the chest demonstrates small, compressed lungs (L) surrounded
by bilateral, moderate-sized hydrothoraces (curved arrow). Note the
integumentary edema. H, heart. (B) Coronal view of the same fetus demonstrates
John P. McGahan, Manuel Porto, 1994
Antenatal Diagnosis of Fetal Abnormalities
As hydrops often remains unexplained despite detailed investigation, congenital
chylothorax has been suggested as the primary cause in many cases .
Ultrasound-guided aspiration of fetal hydrothoraces facilitates neonatal
resuscitation if ...
James O. Drife, Dian Donnai, 1991
The pulmonary circulation and interstitial space
7). The interpretation of this finding needs further analysis and information. At
present it may only be inferred from the diagram of figure 7 and the preceding
data that, within a wide range of hydrothoraces, the respiratory system may be
Alfred P. Fishman, Hans H. Hecht, 1969