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Pulmonary mycotic infections

United States National Library of Medicine

Pulmonary mycotic infections

a bibliography of literature 1957-April 1961

by United States National Library of Medicine

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mycosis -- Bibliography,
  • Lungs -- Diseases -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBocker, Dorothy,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6664 M9 U5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28p.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17221860M

    The particulars of filing for Social Security disability with a diagnosis of Mycobacterial, Mycotic, or other chronic, persistent lung infection can be found in the SSA’s Blue Book Section The condition is largely evaluated using the criteria for pulmonary infections found in Section Various studies have evaluated the possibilities of surgical repair of mycotic aortic aneurysms (MAAs). Open surgical repair has usually been accepted as the gold standard treatment of MAAs. The main concern is that it carries a significant mortality risk, varying from 20 to 40% in different studies, and a 5-year survival rate of 30–50%. The largest study of open surgical treatment of Author: Lucas Ribé Bernal, Lucía Requejo, Aida Ribes, Manuel Miralles.

    Infections due to Aspergillus species cause significant morbidity and mortality. Most are attributed to Aspergillus fumigatus, followed by Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus terreus. Aspergillus niger is a mould that is rarely reported as a cause of pneumonia. A year-old female with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and temporal arteritis being treated with steroids long term Cited by: Pulmonary fungal disease encompasses a broad spectrum of infections related to fungal sources. They can particularly affect immunocompromised individuals. These include: pulmonary aspergillosis: pulmonary aspergillus infection considered the most important in immunocompromised individuals 5.

    Tedder M, Spratt JA, Anstadt MP, et al. Pulmonary mucormycosis: results of medical and surgical therapy. Ann Thorac Surg ; Moon Y, Park JK, Sung SW. Surgery for localized pulmonary mycotic infections in patients with hematopoietic disorder. J Cited by: 1. This book presents a practical approach to the differential diagnosis of pulmonary infections based on their radiographic and CT appearances. The authors discuss the value and limitations of chest radiography, the indications for CT, the optimal CT techniques, and the 5/5(2).


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Alfonso López, Shannon A. Martinson, in Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease (Sixth Edition), Mycotic Pneumonias Cryptococcosis. Cryptococcosis (pulmonary Cryptococcus neoformans or Cryptococcus gatti) is the most frequent systemic mycosis in cats, and lesions are akin to those discussed in the section on mycotic pneumonias of occurs worldwide in.

Respirology. Aug;17(6) doi: /jx. Pulmonary fungal infections. Smith JA(1), Kauffman CA. Author information: (1)Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, USA. This review details some of the advances that have been made in the recent decade in the diagnosis, treatment and Cited by: Mycosis is a fungal infection of animals, including humans.

Mycoses are common and a variety of environmental and physiological conditions can contribute to the development of fungal diseases. Inhalation of fungal spores or localized colonization of the skin may initiate persistent infections; therefore, mycoses often start in the lungs or on the skin.

Specialty: Infectious disease. Surgical resection is considered to be the most effective treatment for Pulmonary mycotic infections book pulmonary mycotic infections. However it is also a particularly challenging procedure because it is associated.

Two of the following exacerbations or complications (either two of the same or two different, see J3 and J4) within a month period (the month period must occur within the period we are considering in connection with your application or continuing disability review). Pulmonary exacerbation requiring 10 consecutive days of intravenous antibiotic treatment.

Get this from a library. Pulmonary mycotic infections: a bibliography of literature, April [Dorothy Bocker; National Library of Medicine (U.S.);]. The diagnosis and treatment of the important mycotic infections that invade lung tissue are discussed.

Full text Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 5. Pulmonary Mycoses. Pulmonary mycoses are uncommon in pet ferrets. Because ferrets in the United States are usually indoor pets, exposure to mycotic spores, which are mainly found in the soil, is unlikely.

History and Physical Examination. Not all animals with mycoses exhibit signs consistent with pulmonary disease. This book presents a practical approach to the differential diagnosis of pulmonary infections based on their radiographic and CT appearances.

The authors discuss the value and limitations of chest radiography, the indications for CT, the optimal CT techniques, and the role of intravenous contrast.

Chapters describe and illustrate the characteristic imaging manifestations of common. outbreaks of pulmonary fungal infections.

Dean E. Schraufnagel Whitebook_breathing_Chindd 91 6/25/10 PM. Fungal Lung Disease Chapter 9 92 of the severely immune compromised.

The fungus aspergillus is the leading cause of infection-related death in stem cell transplant recipients (3). Allergic. Pulmonary infections are notorious in causing considerable morbidity and mortality.

Caused by bacteria, viruses or fungi, respiratory infections require distinct knowledge of recent advances in pathogenesis. Progress in the understanding of immunopathogenesis of Acinetobacter baumannii infection will explain how an atypical organism establishes infection.

The chapter regarding. Mycotic infections are classified by the tissue levels that are colonized. Superficial infections are generally limited to the outer layers of the skin and hair.

Cutaneous infections are located deeper in the epidermis, hair and nails. Subcutaneous infections involve the dermis, subcutaneous tissues and muscle. Normal lung -- Normal anatomy and development of the lung -- Respiratory tract defense mechanisms -- Control of ventilation -- Respiratory muscles -- Practical aspects of pulmonary function testing -- Lung mechanics in health and disease -- Respiratory functions of the lung -- Neuroendocrine cells and neuropeptides in the lung -- Diagnostic.

T1 - Mycotic pulmonary infections. AU - Chintapalli, K. AU - Gurney, J. AU - Glenn, M. AU - Sharkey, P. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Mycotic infections involve the lungs in the majority of cases. Some of the infections are limited in geographic location, while others are worldwide.

Often the patients may present with minimal Cited by: 1. general localized pulmonary mycotic infection and the localized pulmonary mycotic infection occurring in he-matopoietic disorder patients with high operative risk.

Methods A retrospective chart review was conducted on 23 pa-tients who underwent surgical treatment for pulmonary mycotic infections at Seoul St Mary’s Hospital between and Cited by: 2.

Systemic mycosis can cause chronic fatigue, pain in the muscles or joints, headaches, and mental fog. Typically, these types of infections only happen to people who already have a weakened immune system.

[] Symptoms usually include headache, stiff neck and irritability. Eyes Almost any of the eye structures may be. case reports: pulmonary infections - miscellaneous Home > ATS Conferences > ATS American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care MedicineVolume Subsequently, it was demonstrated that amphotericin B is also effective in the treatment of coccidioidomycosis, 3, 4 North American blastomycosis 5 and other systemic fungous infections.

6 Cited by: Cryptococcus may cause pulmonary, cutaneous and cardiac (figure 5A) infections. Infections with systemic dimorphic fungi occurring outside endemic areas. These factors complicate the diagnosis and management of these diseases.

Unusual Histopathology. Even the inflammatory reaction may be different in biopsy specimens. Pulmonary infections are common and are caused by a wide range of organisms.

Micro-organisms responsible may enter the lung by three potential routes: via the tracheobronchial tree. most commonly due to inhalation of droplets of secretions from another infected human. environmental exposure e.g. fungal spores. via the pulmonary vasculature. Pulmonary sporotrichosis: case series and systematic analysis of literature on clinico-radiological patterns and management outcomes.

Med Mycol. Jul;51(5) Rees JR, Pinner RW, Hajjeh RA, Brandt ME, Reingold AL. The epidemiological features of invasive mycotic infections in the San Francisco Bay area, results of population.Search text.

Search type Research Explorer Website Staff directory. Alternatively, use our A–Z indexCited by: 1.